Create a WPF Application with Navigation using PowerShell

In WPF, there are two types of window which can host your application content.  The most commonly used is simply the window (System.Windows.Window in .Net).  But there is another window type, the navigation window (System.Windows.Navigation.NavigationWindow) which takes a slightly different form and includes some basic navigation controls similar to what you would use in a […]

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PowerShell Stopwatch

In PowerShell scripts it is sometimes helpful to use a timer, for example to measure how long a certain task takes.  If you create GUI applications with PowerShell, it can be useful to display a timer during a long-running task.  It’s actually quite simple to do and there are plenty of examples for C# programmers, but […]

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New Tool: System Explorer for Windows

Today I am pleased to release a new tool for enterprises and home users alike: System Explorer for Windows.  This application can be used to view detailed system and hardware data for a local or remote computer by exposing WMI Win32 classes in an easy-to-use Graphical User Interface.  For enterprises that use System Center Configuration […]

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