In my last post, I explained how you can install the PowerShell module PSReadLine. Today, I show you what cool features this PowerShell console extension has to offer.
The PowerShell console in Windows 8 lacks a host of features that UNIX and Linux admins have enjoyed for decades. Jason Shirk’s PowerShell console extension PSReadLine is a free PowerShell module that adds numerous useful editor functions to Microsoft’s outdated CLI. In this post, you will learn how to install the module on Windows 8.1 and you’ll see how things have been improved significantly in Windows 10. In a follow-up post, I will show what you can do with PSReadLine.
To install the VirtualBox Guest Additions on Windows 10 build 9926 (January build) and use their most important features (Shared Folders and Auto-resize Guest Display), you have to make some adjustments.
File Permissions Check is a free tool that allows you to compare the permissions of files with their parent folder and then fix discrepancies.
This article in our Azure series will look at the features of the Azure VM agent and how to enable the agent for new VMs or add it to existing VMs.