PowerGUI 1.0.13 ships

PowerGUI has just got updated and there are a lot of great new features.

The PowerGUI main IT Pro UI has multiple improvements ranging from improved code generation and preserving window sizes, to the brand new WMI Browser pack right within the console!

The script editing got a lot of improvements: F1 help, ability to supply command-line parameters, background syntax check, intellisense for WMI classes, and much more.

Richard has already blogged about some of the features he liked the best.

So whether you are using PowerShell to manage your AD, Exchange or another platform, or you are a hardcore scripter – go get the latest version of PowerGUI. The price is still the same – $0.00. 😉

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2 Responses to “PowerGUI 1.0.13 ships”

  1. 1 Pierre LeBoo February 2, 2008 at 6:18 pm

    Hey, just installed the newest PowerGUI on my Vista Laptop, and now, everytime I start POWERGUI Vista Switcheds to 640 x 480. Switches back again when I exit, but what gives?

    I checked the shorcut used to launch it, and it is NOT set to run 640×480, nor did any other settings under the compatabilty tab get set.

    Any help would be appreciated.


    PS already attempted uninstal – reboot — install sequence, doesn’t help

  2. 2 dmitrysotnikov February 6, 2008 at 1:52 pm


    This is very weird… I am personally using PowerGUI on Vista, and so do many other users, and this is the first time I am hearing about the issue… Our QC folks are trying to reproduce the issue but with no luck so far…

    The possible workarounds which pop up in my head are just trying to update the video drivers and the Vista itself (to SP1 once it is available).

    Also, normally the best way to get help from the PowerGUI community is to post the question to the discussion forum: http://powergui.org/forum.jspa?forumID=118

    There are a lot of smart guys there and you are more likely to get someone’s help.


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