Powershell – find files larger than a specific size

A common task, especially during the development of specific filesystem tasks in a script, is to find and list all files that are larger than a specific file size in folder (and subfolders); in the following example we will find files larger than 500 MB in the entire C:\ drive. Read More …

Create, Manage and Delete Wireless Filters On Windows

Windows allows users to manage IEEE802.11 networks from Command Prompt. It is done by creating wireless filters to prevent that Read More …

Test RAM With Memtest86 or Memtest86+

Based on the well-known original memtest86 written by Chris Brady, nowadays there are two memtest86 versions: the first is opensource, Read More …

Creating PowerShell 3.0 Logon Scripts for Domain environments

When Group Policy was delivered with Windows 2000, it allowed administrators to execute batch file-based scripts at user logon or Read More …

Creating shadow copies from the command line on Windows

A less-known feature in Windows is the command-line support for shadow copies. The command is called VSSADMIN.EXE and is already Read More …

Use Diskpart command to Create and Format Partitions

To use the command line to bring a disk online, create a partition, and format it, run the following commands: Read More …

Clear the Internet Explorer History Folder and Cookies

Scenario You visited a great web site on Thursday, but forgot to bookmark the URL. Now it’s Sunday and you Read More …

Delete all files older than 7 or X days with Batch DOS

Sometime we need some little simple tool to check and delete files in a specified directory on a system. To Read More …