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Using the Switch Statement in PowerShell

An important form of selection in programming is the switch selection or switch statement. Using if/else and embedded if/else statements within each other can only work a majority of the […]


Understanding PowerShell Variables and Datatypes

Variables are names of things that represent an object or value. Variables can be any name or combination of characters you want, so long as you follow the naming rules, […]


Understanding PowerShell Commands

PowerShell commands, also known as Cmdlets, are defined within PowerShell as classes that implement their functionality by using .NET code. They are really .NET classes compiled into Dynamic Link Libraries […]


Handling Complex PowerShell Scripts

Handling simple scripts may be great for now, but taking a look at a more complicated script will probably give you a glimpse of what PowerShell is capable of. In […]


Breaking Down a PowerShell Script

The best way to learn programming and how things work is to try to build it and break it over and over again. It’s the one thing that we actually […]


Creating Persistent Aliases in PowerShell

I’m sure creating temporary aliases has been fun and all, but let’s get more usefulness out of them by making them permanently available! In this tutorial, you will learn how […]


Accessing the Alias Drive in PowerShell

There are many drives and one can find that they can be named after any letter of the alphabet. Drive letters can map to either a physical, logical or network […]


Deleting Aliases in PowerShell

Once one creates aliases, at times they find one or two must be deleted. In this tutorial, you will learn how to delete the aliases you’ve created in PowerShell. Setup […]


Creating Aliases in PowerShell

Aliases come in handy when the length of commands become a bit tedious. It acts as a second name to whatever command you designate to it. In this tutorial, you […]


Adding Functions to the PowerShell ISE Menu

One of the neatest features with the ISE is that you can add your own menu items. This particular feature allows you to add whatever kind of automation you want […]

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