PowerShell Help Reader

Alexei Martseniuk (one of the developers on the original PowerGUI team) has developed a nice little PowerShell utility – WPF-based PowerShell Help Reader.

It makes searching and using the PowerShell help system easier and just a more pleasant experience. You can see a demo, download a 21-day trial version or buy full version here.

2 Responses to “PowerShell Help Reader”


  1. 1 Joel "Jaykul" Bennett July 4, 2009 at 2:00 am

    Or you could save yourself $40 with this PowerBoots 1-liner:

    Boots { webbrowser http://wiki.poshcode.org/Cmdlet_Documentation } -width 1060 -height 800

  2. 2 Phoenix July 4, 2009 at 10:52 am

    Really? What about Exchange 2007 or any custom PowerShell snapin?😉


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