How to install Firefox browser using Powershell

How to install of FireFox browser using PowerShell

Sometimes you would like to install Firefox using Powershell. Here is the script


Script for installation of FireFox browser


$SourceURL = "";
$Installer = $env:TEMP + "\firefox.exe";
Invoke-WebRequest $SourceURL -OutFile $Installer;
Start-Process -FilePath $Installer -Args "/s" -Verb RunAs -Wait;
Remove-Item $Installer;



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How to install chrome with Powershell?

Quick way to install chrome on windows with Powershell?

Launch the Powershell and run below script or save it as .ps1 and bypass security using this article.

Script :

$Path = $env:TEMP; $Installer = "chrome_installer.exe"; Invoke-WebRequest "" -OutFile $Path\$Installer; Start-Process -FilePath $Path\$Installer -Args "/silent /install" -Verb RunAs -Wait; Remove-Item $Path\$InstallerRead the rest

How to Fix PowerShell Script Not Digitally Signed Error?

How to Fix PowerShell Script Not Digitally Signed Error?

When a script with a .ps1 extension then it is a PowerShell script  and when you run it, you might get the message saying “.ps1 is not digitally signed. The script will not execute on the system.”

To fix this error you have to run the command below to run Set-ExecutionPolicy and change the Execution Policy setting.

Script for fixing the error

Set-ExecutionPolicy -Scope Process -ExecutionPolicy Bypass

This command sets the execution policy to bypass for only the current PowerShell session though and after the window is closed, the next PowerShell … Read the rest

Powershell Cheat Sheet for beginners

Powershell Cheat Sheet for beginners

PowerShell has become something of an ace in the hole when it comes to performing commands on Windows. For years, Windows command line fans were restricted, but PowerShell emerged as a formidable alternative in 2006.

What is PowerShell in Windows?

Microsoft created PowerShell as an interactive Command-Line Interface (CLI) and automation engine to aid in system configuration and administrative task automation.

This utility comes with its own command line and a programming language that is comparable to Perl. PowerShell was originally created to manage things on users’ computers.

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Can you use Linux commands in Powershell?

Today we discuss one of a few questions a lot of sysadmins and IT Admins ask?

Can you use Linux commands in Powershell?

The Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) was a big step forward in this regard, allowing developers to call Linux commands from Windows via wsl.exe (e.g. wsl ls). While an improvement, the experience falls short in various ways:

  1. It’s inconvenient and strange to use wsl to prefix commands.
  2. WSL login profiles with aliases and environment variables do not honour default parameters.
  3. Backslashes are sometimes misinterpreted as escape characters rather than directory separators in Windows paths supplied as arguments.
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Backing Up an SQL Database with PowerShell

Backing Up an SQL Database with PowerShell

Before making any changes in the production environment, every DBA should take a backup of their SQL database so that they can readily restore it if something goes wrong during the migration. If you have SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), you can backup and restore databases with ease (Refer this artcle: Backup and Restore SQL Database using SSMS). Using Server Management Objects in Powershell, you may backup and restore SQL databases (SMO).

We’ll use the Server Management Objects (SMO) namespace class Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Backup to get a SQL Database backup. To finish the backup procedure, … Read the rest

Powershell Get-Eventlog Get-Process and Stop-Process commands


We use PowerShell to parse your Server’s/computers event logs using the Get-EventLog cmdlet. There are several parameters available. Use the -Log switch followed by the name of the log file to view a specific log.

For example we can use the following command to view the Application log:

Get-EventLog -Log "Application"

Few options we have with Get-Eventlog options


Get-WinEvent with filter for event id

PowerShell’s Get-WinEvent cmdlet is a powerful method to filter Windows event and diagnostic logs. Performance improves when a Get-WinEvent is used with filters like =FilterHashtable  with logname … Read the rest

Google Cloud WordPress ftp setup step by step

Google Cloud WordPress ftp setup step by step

Are you looking for instructions on how to set up Passive FTP Mode on a Plesk Google Cloud instance?

Plesk servers that only have active FTP connections do not allow you to access to the server through FTP. Many of us wants to enable Passive FTP. Here is how?

How to enable Google Cloud WordPress FTP Mode (Passive)

The steps to configure passive FTP are as follows:

1.To begin, we must first build a firewall rule. To do so, make sure the following settings are in place:

  • Name: To distinguish the firewall
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Best Free WordPress Themes Available in 2021 and What is expected ?

Best Free WordPress Themes Available in 2021

If you’re new to WordPress, it may seem natural to believe that if a free WordPress theme appears similar to what you had in mind for your website, it’ll be a good fit. Unfortunately, it isn’t quite that straightforward. That’s why, in today’s post, we’ve laid down a strong checklist of criteria you can use to ensure that the free WordPress themes you’re considering are a good fit. We’ve also compiled a list of what we consider to be the top free WordPress themes currently available this year.

In 2021, what should you

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