Category Archives: Utility

Notepad: F5 and .LOG??

By | 18/02/2019

A colleague of mine, showed this simple trick! You may, as I, use Notepad for documentation in troubleshooting scenarios or other time sensitive logging incidents, and often type date and time into it, but hey, try run notepad and press “F5” and see what happens! 🙂 And if you want the file to be “marked”… Read More »

Utility: SCOOP Command Line Installer

By | 19/02/2018

A great utility to install command line tools to your computer is “Scoop”, it’s very simple to use, it will download the newest versions and install them. Requirements: PowerShell 3 PowerShell must be enabled for your user account e.g. set-executionpolicy remotesigned -s currentuser To install:

Once installed, run scoop help for instructions.   Read more: