Running show-command for a cmdlet

 
Problem: Figuring out a cmdlet from its syntax can be overwhelming, especially for people new to PowerShell.
PS C:\> get-command get-process -syntax
Get-Process [[-Name] <string[]>] [-ComputerName <string[]>] [-Module] [-FileVersi…


Running show-command for a cmdlet

 
Problem: Figuring out a cmdlet from its syntax can be overwhelming, especially for people new to PowerShell.
PS C:\> get-command get-process -syntax
Get-Process [[-Name] <string[]>] [-ComputerName <string[]>] [-Module] [-FileVersi…


Windows PowerShell Version 3 Simplified Syntax

Windows PowerShell version 3 introduces a simplified syntax for the Where-Object and Foreach-Object cmdlets.  The simplified syntax shown below, eliminates the curly braces as well as the need for the special variable $_. C:\PS> Get-Process | Where PM -gt 100MB … Continue reading