Get Powershell Version

Get PowerShell Version

The best way to get PowerShell version is by running the $PSVersionTable or Get-Host commands. Using either of these commands, we can determine the installed PowerShell version on a computer.  In this article, let…
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Powershell Tail Command

PowerShell Tail Command

Unix has a tail command which helps us in reading the file content in the shell window. If the file size is enormous, we could run a simple tail command…
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Powershell Concatenate String

PowerShell Concatenate String

Microsft PowerShell scripting is little different from the other Programming languages. In most of the programming languages to concatenate a string you will use the operator “+” but in PowerShell, this…
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