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Windows 7: Windows Troubleshooting uses Powershell

11 Nov 2008   #1

Windows Troubleshooting uses Powershell

While playing with the new Windows Troubleshooting Center I noticed all the Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tasks pictured below are actually powered by PowerShell scripts!!

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It really shows how Microsoft value Powershell`s Power to build an entire Troubleshooting and Problem resolution platform powered by Powershell, This means you can completely customize, control and create your own diagnostic and resolution scripts

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These Scripts can be found at C:\Windows\diagnostics\system and are completely customizable

If you didnt like Powershell before Windows 7, Its going to become your best friend now

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