Use a batch file to run your PowerShell scripts
Posted 1st August 2016
This simple batch file will enable a PowerShell script file (*.ps1) to execute with Administrator permissions in Windows.
Folder or file browser dialogues in PowerShell
Posted 28th July 2016
Make life easy for the users of your scripts: Rather then entering file/folder paths at the command line, let them select from a GUI dialogue box.
DOS 8.3 short paths via PowerShell
Posted 5th July 2016
Use this PowerShell script to discover the DOS 8.3 path name for any selected folder in Windows.
Merge multiple CSVs with PowerShell
Posted 28th June 2016
Use this simple PowerShell script to merge multiple CSV/TSV/TXT files into one.
Posted 24th May 2016
Use the built-in Microsoft “robocopy” utility to move or copy files en masse.
Convert CSV to XLSX via PowerShell
Posted 9th March 2016
A nifty PowerShell script that will take a delimited CSV file and convert it to a XLSX file.
Rotate or flip multiple image files using PowerShell
Posted 4th March 2016
Use a PowerShell script in Microsoft Windows to rotate or flip large numbers of images automatically.
Powershell: Add or remove the ‘Read Only’ attribute from files
Posted 8th February 2016
Use Microsoft PowerShell to add or remove the ‘read only’ attribute from large batches of files in a directory.
Batch save images into a new format via PowerShell
Posted 18th December 2015
Use a PowerShell script to copy all images in a directory and save them into a different image file format.
Combine multiple CSVs into one XLSX via PowerShell
Posted 25th November 2015
A convenient PowerShell script that will detect all of the CSV files in a directory and merge them into a single XLSX file. Each CSV becomes a worksheet in the XLSX.