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Batch rename files using PowerShell and a CSV

Posted 23rd November 2015

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Use this simple PowerShell script to change hundreds or thousands of file names automatically, based on a CSV.

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PowerShell: Delete folders based on name

Posted 30th September 2015

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Use this simple script to delete any folders in a directory (or its subdirectories) that contain a particular string or strings.

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Use PowerShell to copy all files with a certain name or extension

Posted 2nd September 2015

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Use this simple PowerShell script to batch copy files from one location to another on your computer.

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Batch extract zip files with PowerShell

Posted 19th August 2015

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Use this simple PowerShell script to batch unzip large numbers of files at once.

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Managing files with PowerShell

Posted 4th June 2015

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Use these simple PowerShell commands in Windows to batch-organise files on your computer.

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Automatically delete files listed in a CSV

Posted 26th September 2014

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A PowerShell script that reads a list of files in a CSV and deletes them from a computer drive automatically.

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Script to list image files by size and resolution, export to Excel

Posted 24th September 2014

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Instructions for using PowerShell to export a list of images and their properties to Excel as a tab-delimited CSV.

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Script to list files by type and size, export to Excel

Posted 1st July 2014

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Instructions for using a Windows PowerShell script to compile computer file data and export the results to Excel as a tab-delimited CSV.

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