Tag Archives: Microsoft

Get-Help | Taking on PowerShell one cmdlet at a time | Weekly Blog

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This is a part of an on-going blog series written by Adam Gordon. Each week, Adam will walk you through a PowerShell command, showing you when and how to use each one. This week, Adam covers Get-Help

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Windows Terminal: How to Find the GUIDs for the PROFILES.JSON File in the Registry

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Last week, I write a blog post showing the features of the new Windows Terminal. One YouTube user asked “ How did you find those GUIDs in the registry?” so I created this post to break it down.

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How do I create a Windows Sandbox? The Config Files

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Last week, I published a QuickByte about the new Windows Sandbox with some insights on how to use it. One YouTube user asked “How do you create the files to run the sandbox?” so I created this post to break it down.

Windows Sandbox now has support for simple configuration files (.wsb file extension). You can use this feature in the latest Windows Insider build 18342. Here is how you do it:

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