You can now reset apps using PowerShell commands, and here are the steps to complete the task on Windows 11.
You can use PowerShell to free up space and keep things organized by only deleting files that are older than a certain number of days ...
When your USB drive, SD card, or another type of drive isn't working on Windows 10, you can use these commands to fix the problem.
It's possible to delete a folder with subfolders and files with Command Prompt and PowerShell, and here's how.
You can now make the Windows Terminal experience the default application to open PowerShell and Command Prompt, and here's how.
You can use PowerShell to map and disconnect network drives on Windows 10, and there are the steps to complete the steps.
PowerShell 7.1 is now available with many improvements, and these are the instructions to install it on Windows 10.
If you have to remove an app using PowerShell, but you don't know the name, then these commands will help you to determine the info you need.
You can use PowerShell to compress and extract files from zip containers, and in this guide, you'll learn the steps on how to do it.
Do you have a folder with a lot of files that you want to inventory in an Excel csv file? Here's a simple way to complete the task ...