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A new kind of GridView right in your console: Introducing the early preview of ConsoleGuiTools

Yes. This is yet another post about GridViews. We love them. You love them. What’s not to like? If you’re not familiar with Out-GridView, it can be used to interactively view objects as a table allowing sorting and filtering. Many ... continue reading

Visual Studio Code for PowerShell 7

We are excited to announce that we have released a major update to the PowerShell extension for Visual Studio Code. This release contains months of architectural work that first shipped in our PowerShell Preview extension in November of 2019, along ... continue reading

Announcing PowerShell 7.0

Today, we’re happy to announce the Generally Available (GA) release of PowerShell 7.0! Before anything else, we’d like to thank our many, many open-source contributors for making this release possible by submitting code, tests, documentation, and issue feedback. PowerShell 7 ... continue reading

Secrets Management Module Vault Extensions

Secrets Management Module Vault Extensions A new PowerShell Secrets Management module has been published on PowerShell Gallery. It is currently in a pre-release state and still in active development. Even though the module is not complete, we have released it ... continue reading
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Public Preview of PowerShell Support in Jupyter Notebooks

Public Preview of PowerShell Support in Jupyter Notebooks Today, the .NET team shipped an exciting new preview of .NET Interactive. If you’re unfamiliar, .NET Interactive (within a Jupyter environment) provides the ability to write .NET Jupyter Notebooks which are a ... continue reading

Just go with the flow…. WorkFlow that is with Windows PowerShell

Doctor Scripto returns again with our good friend Joel Vickery, PFE who is going to touch on the use of Workflows In PowerShell. Take it away Joel! Following up on my original post Parallel Processing with jobs in PowerShell, I ... continue reading
PowerTip: Identify Completed PowerShell Jobs with Data yet to be Received

PowerTip: Identify Completed PowerShell Jobs with Data yet to be Received

Summary: Doctor Scripto quickly shows how to identify Completed Jobs in PowerShell which have yet to have the data Received Hey Doctor Scripto, How can I identify jobs which already completed but I haven’t done a Receive-Job on to get ... continue reading
Parallel Processing with jobs in PowerShell

Parallel Processing with jobs in PowerShell

Hello everyone! Doctor Scripto is elated to present some more great content from Joel Vickery, PFE , today he discusses using jobs in PowerShell. Stay tuned in the upcoming weeks for some amazing regular content. Take it away Joel! I ... continue reading

Improvements in Windows PowerShell Container Images

Beginning with Windows Server 20H1 Insider builds, Windows Server Core Insider images have been reduced in size from ~2.1 GBs to ~1.1 GBs. How did the Server Core images get over 40% smaller? Traditionally, Windows 10 and Windows Server have ... continue reading
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PowerTip: Use Windows PowerShell to display all Environment variables

Summary: Doctor Scripto demonstrates how to use [System.Environment] to show all currently set environment variables Question: Hey Doctor Scripto, I remember in DOS if I wanted to see the values of all the Environment variables; like TEMP I could just ... continue reading