The Beauty of Progress Bar in PowerShell 7.2 Preview 3

I’ve long used the preview versions of PowerShell but not cared for the experimental features available in those until we got the PSAnsiProgress feature in the latest preview version, 7.2 Preview 3 Now, I cannot say that I’ve been super active writing PowerShell lately. I’m actually quite embarrassed about it, but back when I did, I…

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Next level tab completion aka Predictive IntelliSense

At Ignite 2020, Jeffery Snover (Inventor of PS) and Jason Helmick (an Epic colleague of Mr Snover. and PM for PS) showed us a Feature much appreciated for us PowerShell lovers. PSReadLine with Predictive IntelliSense. To get started with Predictive IntelliSense. Run Below from an Administrator PowerShell Console. Once above call has been made you’re good…

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Using MindMap application when doing pentest or ctf! Up for you to decide.

I was thinking about a nice and easy way to save a penetration test and come up with this.Use a MindMap application.There is a alot of MindMap application out there. I am running Linux on my machine so I ended up with VYM. ( https://www.insilmaril.de/vym/ )The nice thing about VYM is that it is free…

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How to get autocompletion working great instead of good in powershell for linux.

My colleague @Schillman told me that you can get better autocompletion in powershell for linux. I thought that was interesting thing to try. Soon Sebastian will see the light in the tunnel and convert to a real operating system like linux and we will get more interesting things from him. This is what you can…

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