Windows admin’s heaven: chocolatey.org

Recently, Microsoft issued Windows Management Framework v5 preview, which introduces a Powershell module called OneGet: “OneGet is a new way to discover and install software packages from around the web.” OneGet itself in its first version introduces the repositories from chocolatey.org. To explain what Chocolatey is, the analogy to apt or apt-get in Debian linux […]

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Browser with a small memory footprint

Been searching for a small memory footprint web browser for quite a while, and finally found Slimboat. It’s webkit based. I haven’t done extensive memory comparison, but with 5 open tabs on different websites, and the ad blocker active, it uses around 150MB… FF uses >500MB at all times 😉

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How to delete files older than x

Something I regularly need to do is search for files that are older than a certain amount of time and do something with them, like move or delete. Here’s a handy snippet how to do it in PoSh.

The question mark is an alias for Where-Object, -le means “less than or equal”, and AddMinutes […]

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