Tune your Terminal with a PowerShell profile

With the new Windows Terminal available I've been searching on how to upgrade my console experience. I see a lot of people improving their terminal to show important information, like which Git branch you are working on, which Azure subscription, the actual location on disk, etc. A couple of months ago I came across Brad Wilson his post on the matter and I like the way his terminal looks. His post, is rather straightforward, but there was some information missing. Read more →

Reinstall Modern apps via PowerShell

As of late, there are a couple of Store apps which just won't install on any of my Windows 10 machines (One Commander and Open Live Writer in case you are interested). The message shown is: The error code is 0x80073CF9, in case you need it. If you do a search on the error number you'll find numerous posts and articles explaining on how this error might be solved. As it happens, the error also occurs on Windows Phone/Mobile systems. Read more →

Selecting multiple wallpapers for your multiple monitors in Windows 10

With Windows 10 we've gotten a lot of nice little features which help us modifying the theme. There is however 1 option which the team hasn't implemented (yet). The option to select different wallpapers for all of your connected displays. I'm working with a triple monitor setup at home and at work most of the time with a dual or also a triple setup. Of course I don't really need different wallpapers on all of my monitors, but it's a nice feature. Read more →