PowerShell tips: Sending emails in PowerShell

In today’s fast-paced IT environments, automating routine tasks is not just beneficial; it’s essential. One of the most common automation tasks is sending emails. PowerShell, with its versatile cmdlets and scripting capabilities, provides a powerful tool for this purpose. This article delves into how you can leverage PowerShell to send emails, both with and without

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Windows 11 Tip: Navigating the Linux Subsystem in Windows, A Comprehensive Guide

In the evolving landscape of operating systems, the integration of Linux within Windows, through the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), marks a revolutionary step for developers and IT professionals. This guide offers a comprehensive overview of WSL, detailing its variations, installation procedures, potential uses, and the requisite system requirements. Understanding WSL The Windows Subsystem for

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How to delete files by age with PowerShell

You can easily use PowerShell to delete files that are older than x minutes/hours/days. This is useful if you have a temporary folder which you would like to regularly clear down. Please see the below examples: Delete files older than x minutes Get-ChildItem -path C:\temp | where {$_.Lastwritetime -lt (date).addminutes(-5)} | remove-item Delete files older

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