Petri

Use Get-CIMInstance to Create a PowerShell File Extension Report

Use Get-CIMInstance to Create a PowerShell File Extension Report

Jeff Hicks shows us how to use the Get-CIMInstance to easily create a file extension report with Windows PowerShell.

5 Hyper-V Skills You Need To Learn for 2015

5 Hyper-V Skills You Need To Learn for 2015

Not sure which IT skills to devote your time and effort towards learning next year? Aidan Finn suggest five Hyper-V skills you should learn..

6 Hyper-V Predictions for 2015

6 Hyper-V Predictions for 2015

Microsoft MVP Aidan Finn gives us his opinion on what developments we can expect to see in the world of Hyper-V in 2015.

Using ClipBook Viewer on Windows 8

Using ClipBook Viewer on Windows 8

The "clipboard" where the Windows operating system stores the pieces of text, graphical images or other information that has been cut or..

Using Microsoft Azure Online Backup

Using Microsoft Azure Online Backup

Aidan Finn provides an overview of Microsoft Azure online backup, and gives his take on whether the new online backup service is ready for..

Adding a ToolTip using SAPIEN PowerShell Studio

Adding a ToolTip using SAPIEN PowerShell Studio

Adding a ToolTip to a custom script can be a manual and tedious process. SAPIEN PowerShell Studio provides an easier way to automate that..

Featured Content | Sponsored

Editor’s Picks Petri Staff

Author Spotlight Petri Staff

Jeff JamesJeff is the Editorial Director for the Petri IT Knowledgebase. He has more than 15 years of experience as a technology writer and journalist, and was formerly the Editor-in-Chief of TechNet Magazine and Windows IT Pro. Read More

Read Jeff's Recent Posts

Join Petri Insider Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Follow Us We want to know what you’re thinking

Join The Conversation

Sponsors

Sponsors