Power Corrupts

Turns out that there is still media which has print material not available online, so quoting a recent article from UK’s PC Pro, rather than linking to it.

In a recent print edition of the magazin, the “Server Room” column entitled, “Power Corrupts,” includes a quick review of PowerGUI (both graphical user interface and script editor/debugger.)

Here’s what David Moss writes in conclusion, “I’m impressed with Power GUI and its associated tools; it not only does what you want it to do, but it shows you just how it does it and lets you get your hands dirty in a safe environment.”

This is a great point. We designed PowerGUI to be WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) for IT professionals, and it is great to see people taking advantage of this open, yet intuitive approach.

Fly to UK and buy the magazin if you want to read the whole story. 😉

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May 2010

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