A separate *.ps1 extension is used for PowerShell script files. To run PS1 scripts, users must open a PowerShell console, cmd, or code editor (such as PowerShell ISE or VSCode). If you want your users to be able to easily run your PowerShell scripts, you can convert PS1 files to the .exe executable file format.
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After replacing the motherboard or updating BIOS firmware (flashing) on HP laptops using the HP BIOS Configuration Utility, a message may appear each time the computer boots after the POST stage:
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Sometimes you need to know how long it takes to execute a PowerShell script or a particular block of code. This allows you to predict how long it will take for the script to perform the required action, make changes to your system settings, or return a result. There are several ways to measure the execution time of a PowerShell command or script in Windows.
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A number of errors can occur when you try to join a Windows machine to an Active Directory domain. Most of them are fairly typical and can be fixed quite easily, as the cause of the problem is shown right there in the error window.
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There are several tools you can use to quickly find out which files and directories are taking up the most space on your Linux machine. In this post, I will show the methods I use most to find out what takes up free space in Linux.
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By default, mailbox folder names in Outlook (
Contacts, etc.) correspond to the Outlook regional (language) settings of the computer where the mailbox was first connected. If you have Outlook with the French localization installed on your computer, all default Outlook folders will be named in French.
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Windows PowerShell 5.1 introduced two built-in cmdlets that allow you to copy and paste text and/or files from the Windows Clipboard from the PowerShell command line.
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In this article, we’ll show you how to configure microphone and audio redirection in a Remote Desktop (RDP) session.
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MC (Midnight Commander) is one of the most commonly used console file managers for Linux. One drawback most Linux users face is that
mc sometimes takes a very long time to start.
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In this article, we’re going to look at a number of ways that you can uninstall a Microsoft SQL Server instance on a Windows computer. This article applies to all supported versions: Microsoft SQL Server 2019/2017/2014/2012.
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