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.
I often need to search through logs to find errors and other troubleshooting information. In the Linux world, this often means using grep. In PowerShell, you can use Get-Content and Where-Object.