Friday Fun A Graphical PowerShell History Picker

One of my favorite features in PowerShell 3.0 is that you can select items in Out-Gridview which will then pipe the object back to the pipeline. One way I’ve been using this is as graphical “picker” for command history. I use Get-History, actually its alias h, all the time. Once I know the history number […]

PowerShell Graphing with Out-Gridview

I’ve received a lot of interest for my last few posts on graphing with the PowerShell console. But I decided I could add one more feature. Technically it might have made more sense to turn this into a separate function, but I decided to simply modify the last version of Out-ConsoleGraph. The new version adds […]

Friday Fun: A GridView Drive Report

I’ve been experimenting with different techniques to work with PowerShell in graphical ways, but without resorting to complex solutions such as WinForms or ShowUI. For today’s Friday Fun I have a little script that presents a drive usage report using WMI and Out-GridView. As always, my goal with these articles is to impart a nugget […]