If you’ve been following me on Twitter of Facebook, you’ve probably figured out that I was involved with putting on the first WordCamp Scranton earlier this month. For those of you who don’t know, WordCamps are day-long (or multi-day) events focused on the WordPress content management system. Website owners, bloggers, business owners, developers, designers, artists, … Continue reading "WordCamp Scranton"
Every new version of PowerShell brings new commands. To see what version you have, check $PSVersionTable:
For those of you not familiar with the Windows Task Scheduler, it allows you to run programs (tasks) based on a at a certain time (schedule) … task scheduler … get it? You’ll find it in the Control Panel, under Administrative Tools.