Category: Windows

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Windows Copy Operation With Xcopy Command Tutorial With Examples

Windows have different tools and commands to copy file, folders and subfolders. Xcopy is one of the most popular copying command. Xcopy comes builtin with all Windows operating systems. In this tutorial we will look different usage types and examples of Windows xcopy command. Help Help about xcopy command can be...

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How To Use Regedit To Read, Create, Change Windows Registry Keys And Data?

Windows registry is special database used to store a lot of information about system, user, network and other components. Registry requires privileged access in order to read, write, change and delete keys and their related values. In this tutorial we will look operations like read, write, change and delete on...

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How To Grep Text Files With Powershell Grep or Select-String Cmdlet In Windows?

Linux provides tool named grep for filter text data or output according to given string or regular expression. This tool is popular amongst Linux system administrators. On the other side Windows operating systems generally lacks this tool and its functionality up to Powershell. Powershell provides Select-String commandlet to provide similar features...

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Run Commands In Local and Remote System With Powershell Invoke-Command Cmdlet

Running commands in local and remote systems have different methods. We can use psexec , commands own feature or Invoke-Command cmdlet. In this tutorial we will look how to use Invoke-Command in powershell. Invoke-Command runs commands remotely and returns the output like success or error messages. Help Detailed help about the Invoke-Command can be get...

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How To Enable Powershell Remoting PSRemoting or WinRM?

Linux operating systems provide GUI or command line access from its first days. But Windows operating systems are generally managed with only GUI which is generally Remote Desktop. The changes in IT made mass management or orchestration a must for system administrators. Windows have created Powershell for detailed and efficient...

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How To Download and Install LibreOffice In Windows

Microsoft Office is very popular office tool which is used more than office tool. It is used like an application development environment, graphic creation app, report generator etc. Buy as we know there is a price to use Microsoft Office suit. But hopefully opensource community provides alternative to this crucial...

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How To Save Space By Clearing WinSxS In Windows

Windows uses different tools and applications. Windows provides recovery mechanisms to easily stand up the system again in a crash. Also while updating windows operating system there will a lot of backup and recovery files created and saved. All of these data is saved into folder named WinSxS in the system...

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How To Secure Windows From Malware and Unwanted Executables With Applocker?

Windows ecosystem generally works with 3 party applications easily while installing and running them. This creates some risk especially for the novice users. Windows administrators generally want to restrict users applications and executables to make their operating system more secure. Windows recently launched a feature named AppLocker . As its name...

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How To Read And Filter Windows Update Log In Command Line

Windows operating systems updates generally done automatically and prompting the installation and restart of the system. All these update operations creates logs about the operations and updated packages. In this tutorial we will look how to list, filter and search these update logs. Windows Update Log File First we need...

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Powershell Comparison Operators Like Equal, Greater, Lesser, Contains, Regex

Comparison operator is used to compare given values and return an boolean value like true and false . These operators are generally used by if , while and similar decision making keywords. All comparison operators are case-insensitive by default. So the uppercase or lowercase expression do not changes the behaviour of these comparison operators....

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