PowerShell Pack to help supercharge your Windows PowerShell scripting

Windows PowerShell Pack contains 10 modules to help supercharge your Windows PowerShell scripting. The PowerShellPack lets you write user interfaces in PowerShell script, manage RSS feeds, schedule operating system tasks, and much more.

Getting Started

  • You must be running Windows PowerShell V2 in order to usethe PowerShell Pack.
  • Download and install the PowerShell Pack MSI
  • Run Import-Module PowerShellPack from within PowerShell.
  • Start using the commands in the PowerShell Pack.


WPK – Create rich user interfaces quick and easily from Windows PowerShell. Think HTA, but easy. Over 600 scripts to help you build quick user interfaces

TaskScheduler – List scheduled tasks, create or delete tasks

FileSystem – Monitor files and folders, check for duplicate files, and check disk space

IsePack – Supercharge your scripting in the Integrated Scripting Environment with over 35 shortcuts

DotNet – Explore loaded types, find commands that can work with a type, and explore how you can use PowerShell, DotNet and COM together

PSImageTools – Convert, rotate, scale, and crop images and get image metadata

PSRSS – Harness the FeedStore from PowerShell

PSSystemTools – Get Operating System or Hardware Information

PSUserTools – Get the users on a system, check for elevation, and start-processaadministrator

PSCodeGen – Generates PowerShell scripts, C# code, and P/Invoke

While you might not use all of these modules in every situation, they represent solid families of commands you can use in any PowerShell scripts you like. The examples below should also help you start to “think in PowerShell”. Most of the tasks you will do in Powershell will not use a single command, but will instead combine many commands in one or more pipelines to get the job done. Each step of these pipelines is a rich object, with properties, methods, and events. This set of commands gives you a number of tools for working with some rich objects that were already lying in the operating system.

Exploring the Modules …

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