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Touch command in PowerShell

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One of my favorite commands from the Linux terminal is the touch command. This is a way for users to create or modify files and their timestamp information. ...

Powershell: Sorting Files

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In a previous post I talked about how to use Python to organize files. Since most of my work is on a windows machine I thought I would add a Powershell based...

Python: Expand URL

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Python has many great modules to deal with HTTP connections. A simple one to look at to day is the requests module. We’ll look at how to query the HTTP reque...

Working with Archive Files

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No matter what we do we are always working with archiving files compressing or decompressing them. In this post we are going to take a look at creating a ZIP...

How to Create a PowerShell Profile

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Every time you launch a PowerShell console, a profile is loaded that contains settings and much more to use. This is a great place to put your automation tas...