I saw these two console tools for PowerShell in my newsfeed, and I like them 🙂 This blog post will show you what they are and how they work.
It's being used in every PowerShell session, the PowerShell Profile. In this blog post, I will show you what it does, what you can use it for, and how I use it.
I use Windows Terminal to run scripts, connect to SSH hosts, or start a WSL Ubuntu session. You can customize Windows Terminal in many ways, and in this blog post, I will show you how to change the background in your Profiles to a fixed or randomly selected one.
The Windows Terminal application has been out for a while now, and it's one of the things (Next to my Edge Browser, Teams, and Outlook, of course 🙂 ) that I start after logging into my laptop. It's a Terminal application that allows you to have multiple PowerShell (Or cmd, ssh, or even WSL Linux sessions) open. In this blog post, I will show you some configuration settings to make it your go-to app for command-line stuff 🙂