Category Archives: PowerGUI

Simplistic way of getting memory statistics

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# $Author: berrydejager $ # $Rev: 1.0 $ # # Version control: # # 1.0 Initial version # # Functions definitions # Function GetFreeMem { Param([string]$ComputerName) Write-host “————————————————————————————” Write-host “- START SCANNING $Computername —————————————————” Write-host “————————————————————————————” Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_OperatingSystem -Namespace root/cimv2 -ComputerName . | Format-Table -Property TotalVirtualMemorySize,TotalVisibleMemorySize,FreePhysicalMemory,FreeVirtualMemory,FreeSpaceInPagingFiles Write-host “————————————————————————————” Write-host… Read more »

Using PowerShell 3.0 in conjunction to PowerGUI 3.5

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My favourite editor for PowerShell script is definitely PowerGUI from Quest Software, Inc. This editor is very intuitive and gives you a good overview on the PowerShell environment and extensive debugging features. Recently i needed to create a script to use with AppV 5.0, which is based on PowerShell 3.0. PowerGUI has an extensive support for PowerShell 2.0 and… Read more »