Introducing the Windows 7 Resource Kit PowerShell Pack
The PowerShell Pack contains over 800 scripts in 10 different modules. Here’s a brief overview:
Create rich user interfaces quick and easily from Windows PowerShell. Think HTA, but easy. Over 600 scripts to help you build quick user interfaces. To get started learning how to write rich WPF UIs in script, check out Writing User Interfaces with WPK.
Supercharge your scripting in the Integrated Scripting Environment with over 35 shortcuts.
List scheduled tasks, create or delete tasks
Monitor files and folders, check for duplicate files, and check disk space
Explore loaded types, find commands that can work with a type, and explore how you can use PowerShell, DotNet and COM together
Convert, rotate, scale, and crop images and get image metadata
Harness the FeedStore from PowerShell
Get Operating System or Hardware Information
Get the users on a system, check for elevation, and start-processaadministrator
Generates PowerShell scripts, C# code, and P/Invoke
I’ll be posting a lot more about these modules in the next weeks, both here and on Channel9, but you can start exploring the modules now by checking out the PowerShellPack on code gallery. I will also be tweeting some cool tidbits about the PowerShell Pack under the tags: #PowerShellPack, #WPK and #IsePack