Windows 10: Learning Powershell, for an old DOS BAT-file guy
I'm in the same boat. I tried taking a class through edX that was listed as beginner, but it was far from it. I'd love to learn PowerShell, but I need to start on the ground floor, maybe even the basement.
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I've been covering PowerShell on and off for about 5 years. You can learn it if you set your mind to it. It's not totally different from, or alien to, the old DOS BAT stuff. Here's a list of resources I put together on the subject for TechTarget in March, 2016. It also includes links for further reading at the end of the piece. Find it at PowerShell script examples and reference guide for admins. See also my September 2016 blog post entitled "For More Windows Expertise, Learn PowerShell." In about 8 hours' time, starting cold last year, I was able to reduplicate the old Windows Experience program using only PowerShell and its XML parsing capabilities. If I can do it, so can you!
Wowzers. I feel like Powershell is a foreign language compared to DOS commands. Any clues to get started?
+1, no, +2
It's also new to me, but found it easy to use by just copy and paste Brink's tutorials commands!
Thanks, but Brink has done so many tut's. Which ones are you referring to?
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Free Raspberry Pi Learning Resource PDF's available from TES Global for anyone interested. https://www.tes.com/member/RaspberryPiFoundation Original source looks to be the Raspberry Pi foundation.
EDIT: Sorry guys, looks like you have to...
I am trying to learn more about the subject above, and feel sure there are some gurus out there with lots of knowledge about the System Properties in Windows Ten.
I suspect many users only use this section for making a restore file. I have heard...
I am using Build 10074.
How do I pin a website to the Start Screen?
In Win 8.1 Internet Explorer, I could "Add site to Apps", then pin it to Start.
How do I do this with Edge?