IT Pro Tuesday #20
PowerShell Tutorial, Diagramming App, Free Tools and More...
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Hello IT Pro,
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Now back to our regularly scheduled programming. It’s time for IT Pro Tuesday and the best of what we’ve seen on our screens this week. As always, unless we state otherwise, we’re not affiliated with any of these brands in any way.
Microsoft Sysinternals Suite
The Microsoft Sysinternals Suite puts each of their utilities into one convenient package. With this suite, you gain access to:
- Help files
- Troubleshooting tools
- Other useful tools like NotMyFault and BSOD Screen Saver
Azers, a regular visitor to our blog suggested this amazing resource for us.
If you’re a little older, you’ll remember Woody, the loveable but rather-stupid bartender in Cheers. Ask Woody is nothing like that Woody. It is a place where everybody knows your name, but you also get valuable assistance.
Topics covered include:
- Windows 10
- Win 8.1
- Win 7 (If you’re running this, then the Cheers reference wouldn’t have gone over your head.)
If the information you’re looking for isn’t covered above, check through the forums, and consider asking the others for assistance. This site was brought to our attention by deeperdownunder.
Getting Started in PowerShell3
If you’d like to dust off your PowerShell skills and learn the latest version, Get Started in PowerShell3 offers a great overview to help you understand it better.
Draw.io makes it possible to easily create org charts and flow charts. You don’t pay a cent, and there’s no software to download. Just open up your browser and start working with it. Your results can be saved into the cloud.
Sometimes it’s amazing how much you can accomplish using a simple tool. RichCopy is the brainchild of Derk Benisch, a Microsoft engineer. You’ll appreciate the graphic interface it provides for the Robocopy command-line utility.
That’s another episode of IT Pro done and dusted. What’d you think? If you have any suggestions, let us know in the comments below.
Graham | CEO | EveryCloud
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