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  • The First Batch of Script Sample Videos

    In FY15, OneScript team collaborated with the Video team on video creation for some high impactful samples. The videos are aimed to help users easily understand the key concept of the code samples, and help them have an overall view about how to use/run and what's the result of using/running the samples from a two-minute short video clip. ...
  • Free Visual Studio Community edition released today!

    Visual Studio Community 2013 is released today. Free of charge! It gives you almost all features originally in Visual Studio 2013 Pro. http://www.visualstudio.com/news/vs2013-community-vs With Visual Studio 2013 Community, you can get Visual Studio extensions that incorporate new languages, features, and development tools into this IDE. (These...
  • Releasing Script Browser & Script Analyzer 1.3 Update

    We are very grateful to the Windows PowerShell MVPs Kirk Munro and Laurent Dardenne for providing lots of great ideas to enhance the Script Browser & Script Analyzer in the past 3 weeks. Today, we are releasing the 1.3 update thanks to their suggestions. The team is committed to making the apps useful. Your feedback is very important to us. Download...
  • Introducing Script Browser and Script Analyzer to Japan IT Pros

    Thanks to Satoru Kitabata, we get the chance to introduce the Script Browser and Script Analyzer application to the Japan IT community. Here is a newly released MSDN article introducing how to use the Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE in Japanese. http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/dn770154 The following article introduces...
  • Install Script Browser & Script Analyzer from PowerShellGet of WMF 5.0

    The PowerShell team has recently announced PowerShellGet , a new way to discover, install and update PowerShell modules, in the Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview. In this blog, you will learn how to install Script Browser & Script Analyzer through the PowerShellGet. First, you need to download and install Windows Management Framework 5.0...

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