ProblemR U crazy?! Why do we need this PowerShell? We’re beautiful programmers – not bearded IT admins!
here, or here. If you’re on more old Windows, you can install PowerShell 2.0. Shortcuts are located in START→ALL PROGRAMS→ACCESSORIES→WINDOWS POWERSHELL→POWERSHELL (or do START→RUN→POWERSHELL). You can use PowerShell ISE, but I’d urged you to use PowerGUI – free editor with highlighting, debugging, snippets, etc.
So, just get code form GitHub or article and execute it in PowerGUI or PowerShell command prompt.
P.S. Here’s one cookie of PowerShell: Out-GridView command. It represents objects in auto-designed GUI grid. Perfect! Look more in next articles.