Hi, Damian Garbus here. Today is 1st November and it’s time to make a summary of October 2018 powershell posts on my blog. Let’s start.

Two months ago I decided that I will be publishing articles twice a week. Now I know that I don’t have time for publishing regularly on Mondays and Thursdays. When I started the blog I had one task – write new powershell posts. Today I have to write new posts too, but also reply for emails, comments and make the blog easier to read. Also, I want to share more Powershell resources like scripts and templates.

Posts summary

I wrote 5 posts in October 2018.
The four posts show Powershell basics.

Powershell console just the way you like it.

Can you write Powershell code without GIT?

Array and Hashtable – How a box will help you understand

6 the most basic Powershell output commands

Also in October, I wrote my first post with a surprise for a reader. It was Powershell script template to run in Task Scheduler.

3 steps to run Powershell script in Task Scheduler (post with gift)

Direct page to download template is here.


Published Posts: 5
Unique users: 1042
Views: 1844

posts summary statistics

Most Popular Posts

6 the most basic Powershell output commands – 398 views

Can you write Powershell code without GIT? – 281 views

Array and Hashtable – How a box will help you understand – 276 views


I decided that Monday will be the best day to publish new posts. Sometimes I will publish on Thursdays but it will be some special posts or month summary. In November I want to make changes on the blog to make it more readable for new users. Please stay with me and give me your feedback on what can I make better. Also please let me know about topics what you want to read on this blog.

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Damian Garbus

Hi, My name is Damian. I'm Powershell geek. Also, I love to improve my productivity and yourself development. I connected Powershell and my productivity tricks and built this blog. You can find here how to learn Powershell and use this to improve your productivity. Enjoy.

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