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Using @ in Batch Files
In a batch file, the at sign (@) is used as a prefix before a command to suppress its output from being displayed on the console. When a command is prefixed with an at sign, only the output generated ...
Posted:2023-05-25, 35 views

For Loop in DOS Batch
In batch scripting, you can use a for loop to iterate over a set of values or files. The for loop in batch files has different variations, such as for /F, for /R, and for %%variable. I'll show you an ...
Posted:2023-05-25, 33 views

Make it Pretty with ConvertTo-HTML
In this blog post, we'll cover the basics of using the ConvertTo-HTML cmdlet in PowerShell. This cmdlet allows you to convert PowerShell objects into HTML format, making it easy to generate report ...
Posted:2023-04-10, 172 views

How to find your MAC address on Windows 11
To find the MAC address of your PC running Windows 11, you can follow the steps outlined below.Click on the Start menu icon on the taskbar and select "Settings" (the gear icon).In the Settings window, ...
Posted:2023-03-06, 124 views

Managing Sound on Windows 11
While audio devices are typically plug-and-play compatible with Windows 11, there may be occasions where you need to adjust the settings to ensure that audio plays correctly and according to your expe ...
Posted:2023-02-28, 64 views

Crawling the Web with PowerShell
To crawl links on the internet using PowerShell, you can use the Invoke-WebRequest cmdlet. Here is an example script that can be used as a starting point: # Define the starting URL to crawl $url = ...
Posted:2023-02-23, 128 views

Using Powershell Jobs
PowerShell is a cross-platform task automation solution made up of a command-line shell, a scripting language, and a configuration management framework. The Asjob is a parameter that allows you to ...
Posted:2023-02-13, 109 views

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