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How To Use PowerShell to Export Scheduled Tasks

How To Use PowerShell to Export Scheduled Tasks Introduction We all know what a pain it is to have to recreate scheduled tasks on Windows when moving to new systems or restoring crash or corrupted systems. Making a backup of these tasks is always good to do, so why not do this with PowerShell and make things much simpler. The Code The script is fairly simple Define a new-object Connect to the object on... read more

WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro Review

WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro Review Introduction So it is time for a product review, which I do not get many requests. With the digital age we are in and with desktops and laptops not having drives it is becoming necessary to make the DVD’s accessible digitally, and that brings us to this post on WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro. What is WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro and what does it do? WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro is... read more

Use PowerShell to Get Drive List and Capacity

Use PowerShell to Get Drive List and Capacity Introduction Just a simple post with PowerShell. Had a bunch of Windows servers that needed to get a list of local drives and display the size of the drive and the freespace on the drives in GB. To achieve that decided to use Win32_LogicalDisk call in PowerShell. select a few of the available fields and do a little math. The Code What is Win32_LogicalDisk? The... read more

Installing HuffyUV on Windows 10 64 Bit

Installing HuffyUV on Windows 10 64 Bit Introduction this is not a long post but I it hopefully is a helpful post. HuffyUV is a very fast, lossless Win32 video codec. “Lossless” means that the output from the de-compressor is bit-for-bit identical with the original input to the compressor. It is a video codec I use a lot with video restorations using VirtualDub. In this post we will cover... read more

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional 12.9 Review

Introduction We have all ran into an issue before. Accidentally formatted an SD card or deleted important files (pictures, documents, etc..) and feared the worst. Years ago that may have been the case for home users not so savvy on getting data back using Linux tools and other such tools, until software developers started improving the tools available to us at a reasonable price. In this review we will be... read more

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