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Try these PowerShell Start-Job examples for more efficiency

It might take some effort to rework scripts to take advantage of PowerShell jobs capabilities, but it will free you to handle other work while running code behind the scenes.

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Exchange zero-day corrected on November Patch Tuesday

Microsoft released a security update to shut down a publicly exploited vulnerability in the beleaguered on-premises messaging platform.

Why you should consider an upgrade from PowerShell 5.1 to 7

A switch to PowerShell 7 will bring performance benefits along with expanded functionality to help administrators keep pace with changing needs in the enterprise.

These Posh-SSH examples pave the way to Linux management

Need to work with remote Linux systems? A PowerShell module with file-handling functionality can help Windows shops looking for a reliable management platform.

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    swap file (swap space or page file)

    A swap file is a system file that creates temporary storage space on a solid-state drive or hard disk when the system runs low on memory.

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    restore point

    A system restore point is a backup copy of important Windows operating system (OS) files and settings that can be used to recover the system to an earlier point of time in the event of system failure or instability.

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    Preboot Execution Environment (PXE)

    The Preboot Execution Environment or PXE (commonly pronounced as pixie) is a client-server environment that enables network computers to boot over the network interface card (NIC), instead of from a CD-ROM or hard disk.

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