All right, we know that we can access a remote computer's various X509Certificate stores via .NET, and 'My' corresponds to "Local Computer\Personal\Certificates". What are the other names?
How to search-and-evaluate: find something, modify it via a function, then replace what was found.
Here's a PowerShell function to resize ConsoleHost that handles [int], +/-[int], and [float] as arguments to height and width.
Here's an update to Vladimir Averkin’s http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powershell/archive/2009/01/11/colorized-capture-of-console-screen-in-html-and-rtf.aspx that captures the ConsoleHost buffer in text, RTF, or HTML form, with a switch to either capture only what is shown in the window, or the entire buffer since the start of session or the most recent call to cls.
Newer-model Lenovo laptops have done away with the context menu key (a.k.a. the "right click" key) in favour of the Print Screen key. For those who use and miss the context menu key, here's a way to remap it back.
Printing to file is still available under Win8.
Wrap Get-BitLockerVolume command so it dumps the BitLocker recovery key.
How to structure a document so making a change in the master copy of a paragraph will be propagated to all replicated instances of that same paragraph.
Also, how to hide (and reveal) text in MS Word.
1. Heading 1
1.1 Heading 2
1.1.1 Heading 3
1.2 Heading 2
Ever wonder how to do that? Well, it's a lot harder than it should be!
Use Adam Driscoll's PowerGUI Visual Studio Extension with VS2013.