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General Discussion / Get 'Mastering Linux Security and Hardening -- Third Edition'
« Last post by javajolt on September 29, 2023, 12:23:08 AM »
The third edition of Mastering Linux Security and Hardening is an updated, comprehensive introduction to implementing the latest Linux security measures, using the latest versions of Ubuntu and AlmaLinux.

In this new edition, you will learn how to set up a practice lab, create user accounts with appropriate privilege levels, protect sensitive data with permissions settings and encryption, and configure a firewall with the newest firewall technologies.

You値l also explore how to use sudo to set up administrative accounts with only the privileges required to do a specific job, and you値l get a peek at the new sudo features that have been added over the past couple of years.

You値l also see updated information on how to set up a local certificate authority for both Ubuntu and AlmaLinux, as well as how to automate system auditing. Other important skills that you値l learn include how to automatically harden systems with OpenSCAP, audit systems with auditd, harden the Linux kernel configuration, protect your systems from malware, and perform vulnerability scans of your systems.

As a bonus, you値l see how to use Security Onion to set up an Intrusion Detection System. By the end of this new edition, you will confidently be able to set up a Linux server that will be secure and harder for malicious actors to compromise.

Follow this link to get your copy of  Mastering Linux Security and Hardening. Following this link will redirect you to my One Drive account simply click on Download. [system administrator]


Having recently reaffirmed its commitment to PowerShell and Windows Terminal, Microsoft has shown that it is good to its word. The company has released new versions of Windows Terminal, and for those who like to play it safe, there is Windows Terminal v1.18.2681.0 which includes various new features such as the ability to pull tabs out of Terminal windows.

But for those who prefer to live on the edge, Windows Terminal Preview v1.19.2682.0 is a much more exciting release. The development team warns users to buckle up as this "might be a little more Preview than you've come to expect". And there is indeed an awful lot to explore in this preview channel version, including the fact that Windows Terminal is now able to browse the internet!

Among the new additions are a new input buffer, a new output buffer, and shell suggestions, but this is just scratching the surface. An update to the search box means that the number of results is now displayed, and Windows Terminal has gained the ability to search the web, making use of search engines to gather information.

There are, almost inevitably, a large number of bug fixes that are part of this release, and you can read about them over on GitHub. The full list of new features to be found in Windows Terminal Preview v1.19.2682.0 is as follows:

    We've added support for a new opt-in and shell-driven suggestions UI (#14938) (#15848)

      ○ The protocol for suggestions is not finalized and will change before final release.

      ○ You can find more information on the Experimental Shell Completion Menu wiki page

      ○ Suggestions can be taken into account...

         ◘... the command you've already typed on the input line (#15027)

         ◘ ... commands you have recently submitted (#14943)

         ◘ ... any sendInput actions you have in your settings file, to be used as a sort of "snippet" (#15664)

    The search box will now display a count of found results, and--if scrollbar marks are enabled--display graphical indicators for every match (#14045) (thanks @Don-Vito and @zadjii-msft!)

    You can now enable broadcast mode via the Command Palette, which will broadcast input to all panes in a tab (#14943) (#15993)

    You can now launch a profile via wt and keep its built-in command line with the --appendCommandLine flag (#15822) (thanks @hanpuliu-charles!)

    For example, if your PowerShell profile specifies pwsh.exe, you can run wt --appendCommandLine -p PowerShell -- -Command echo Hello, which will run pwsh.exe -Command echo Hello. That's a lot of dashes. Wow.

    You can now search the web with your selected text via... (#15539) (thanks @mpela81!)

      ○ ...the experimental right-click context menu!

      ○ ...the searchWeb action!

    You can customize each action to launch any search engine by specifying the queryUrl. %s will be replaced with your query.

    You can customize the default search engine for both of these by specifying the global setting searchWebDefaultQueryUrl. %s will be replaced with your query.

   肘f you have shell integration enabled, you can enable using the mouse to reposition the text cursor (#15758)

      ○ {profile}.experimental.repositionCursorWithMouse (the dot is part of the name, sorry) (boolean, default false)

Theming and Scheming

    You can now set the window border color on Windows 11 via the {theme}.window.frame and {theme}.window.unfocusedFrame color entries (#15441)

      ○ For more fun, you can set {theme}.window's experimental.rainbowFrame to true 🙂

    You can now (finally!) enable support for using the acrylic material in an unfocused window (#15923) (#15944) (thanks @Jaswir!)

      ○ Set useAcrylic to true in {profile}.unfocusedAppearance

      ○ You can turn unfocused acrylic off globally with the global setting compatibility.enableUnfocusedAcrylic (boolean, default false)

    Themes can now indicate whether tab icons should be shown in color or monochrome or hidden entirely (#15948) (thanks @bundgaard!)

      ○ Set {theme}.tab.iconStyle (enum default, hidden, monochrome; default default (default))

While new features are likely to be the source of the greatest interest and excitement, there are also a lot of changes to be found in this latest release:

    wt -- foo will once again inherit the environment from its parent (#15897)

      ○ You can customize this behavior with wt --inheritEnvironment or wt --reloadEnvironment on a per-tab/per-pane basis.

      ○ You can also override this behavior with the profile setting {profile}.compatibility.reloadEnvironmentVariables (boolean, default true)

    We have rewritten "cooked read", the input line used by Command Prompt, Python, and a whole host of other applications (#15930) (#15780) (#15782) (#15783) (#15880)

      ○ This includes changes to command history, popups (F7 and the like), and how input is echoed to the display.

      ○ This may have a wide-ranging impact, so please file any unexpected input issues in Win32 applications!

    Input event record handling has been rewritten to support wide encodings like UTF-8, to be more maintainable, and to be much simpler to read (#15671) (#15606) (#15605) (#15611) (#15673) (#15672)

    Console applications can now more reliably print characters composed of surrogate pairs (aka "We've been trying to reach you about your WriteCharsLegacy's extended Emoji support") (#15567)

    We've added an action that opens the about dialog (openAbout) (#15990)
conhost will now ignore key events with an invalid virtual keycode and a scan code of 0 (such as those emitted by strange software keyboards) (#15753) (thanks @tusharsnx!)

    We will no longer generate WINDOW_BUFFER_SIZE_EVENT when the viewport moves, confusing applications that translate it into a destructive operation (#15935)

    You can now configure any copy action to dismiss or keep the selection after it runs (dismissSelection, boolean, default true) (#15552) (thanks @gonzalo-garcian!)

    The text buffer has been reorganized to be (1) faster (2) smaller (3) harder, better, etc.

      ○ Rows are initialized lazily in chunks of 128 or so; we no longer spend memory on blank space you'll never see (#15524) (#15582)

      ○ Reading, writing, initialization, etc. have been cleaned up and vectorized (#15501[/color][/url]) (#15498[/color][/url]) with fast passes and other optimizations (#15499[/color][/url]) (#15879[/color][/url]) (#15541[/color][/url]) (#15497[/color][/url])

      ○ We've rewritten resize with reflow so it's like a billion times faster and more correct (#15701)

         ◘ If you see any issues when resizing (other than "bash prints the prompt 600 times every frame" (that's apparently just how bash works)), please file them!

    We no longer load the Settings editor library on launch, saving you tens of kilobytes of memory (#15628) (#15631)

    We will now display an indicator in the tab of any disconnected/closed/crashed application. You can right-click the tab to restart it! (#15760) (thanks @mpela81!)

    You can now run profiles as Admin from the new tab menu by right-clicking them (#15679) (thanks @jamespack!)

    The profile preview in settings now shows you what a "powerline" font will look like when one is selected (#15365)

    We actually did fix the homoglyph thing this time; hovering a URL that is pretending to be someone else through funny characters will see right through it (#15488)

    You can now right-click a tab and move it to a new window (#15376) (thanks @Jaswir!)

    All text searches now use ICU, and is blazing fast. URL detection, Search, everything is covered! (#15858) (#15998[/color][/url]) (#15892)

    For those of you debugging Terminal/the console with ETW, you can now group all API calls by originating process (#15737)

    Also for debugging purposes, you can now add the debugTerminalCwd action to display a pop-up with the Terminal's current "virtual" working directory (#15282)

    If you are using Preview, Canary, or Dev we will now set an appropriate JSON $schema so you can auto-complete new settings (#15856)


    We now support Erase Color Mode (DECECM) (#15469) (thanks @j4james!)

    The horizontal scrolling sequences DECIC, DECDC, DECBI and DECFI finally work! (#15368) (thanks @j4james!)

    @tusharsnx put a lot of work into making ITU T.416 color sequences work! He...

      ○ ... added support for sub-parameters separated with : (#15648)

      ○ ... added support for ODA SGR sequences (38:2::R:G:B, 48:...) (#15729) (#15844)

    We will now pass through kitty's underline color (58:...) and style (4:...) sequences (we won't render them yet! but maybe soon! 🤞) (#15795) (thanks @tusharsnx!)

You can grab either build of Windows Terminal from the GitHub repository, or from the Microsoft Store listings for Windows Terminal or Windows Terminal Preview.

Microsoft / Microsoft confirms that Command Prompt is here to stay
« Last post by javajolt on September 28, 2023, 04:45:16 PM »
But Windows Terminal and PowerShell offer more to power users!

The existence of the Command Prompt as well as Windows Terminal has resulted in many people asking just when the latter will replace the former. In response to such queries, Microsoft has cleared things up -- Windows Terminal is not a replacement for Command Prompt... nor, for that matter, is PowerShell.

Command Prompt may be getting a little long in the tooth, but that's far from being a reason to kill it off. Indeed, Microsoft points to the fact that the aging tool has proved useful to AI developers in recent years.

The age of artificial intelligence, it would seem, is cementing Command Prompt's future. Microsoft says that the beloved command-line interpreter remains popular because of its simplicity and familiarity. The company points out that many users have grown accustomed to its syntax and command structure, making it a comfortable tool for quick and straightforward tasks.

Command Prompt, based on the old CMD.exe, is often associated with batch scripting and system administration tasks. For AI entrepreneurs, the Command Prompt may not be their primary tool, but it remains an essential component of the Windows ecosystem. Legacy scripts and automation processes that rely on Command Prompt still play a role in various AI workflows.

But even though Microsoft points to the growth of AI as a reason for Command Prompt's continued popularity, the company also says that Windows terminal is a valuable tool for AI development:

Windows Terminal is an open-source terminal emulator that provides a modern and feature-rich interface for command-line enthusiasts. First released in 2019, it enables you host multiple command-line applications, including Command Prompt, PowerShell, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and work on different projects at the same time.

For startups and AI entrepreneurs for example, Windows Terminal's versatility becomes a valuable asset. They can easily switch between different environments to run Python scripts, execute commands within WSL for Linux-based AI tools, and utilize PowerShell for Windows-specific tasks. This unified interface simplifies the workflow, making it more efficient and productive.

The on-going popularity and inherent value of Command Prompt means that it is extraordinarily unlikely to disappear. But while Microsoft apparently felt the need to calm the fears of concerned users by saying this, the company goes on to muddy the waters by adding: "the fate of Command Prompt remains uncertain, the rise of modern command-line tools like PowerShell and Windows Terminal offers undeniable advantages for AI entrepreneurs".

Ultimately, Command Prompt, Windows Terminal, and PowerShell are different, if complementary, tools that are likely to co-exist for some time to come.

General Discussion / Get 'Project Management All-in-One For Dummies'
« Last post by javajolt on September 28, 2023, 04:23:12 PM »
Perform Be Agile! Time-crunch! Right now, the business world has never moved so fast and project managers have never been so much in demand -- the Project Management Institute has estimated that industries will need at least 87 million employees with the full spectrum of PM skills by 2027.

Project Management All-in-One For Dummies is your ultimate go-to project management bible

To help you meet those needs and expectations in time, Project Management All-in-One For Dummies provides with all the hands-on information and advice you need to take your organizational, planning, and execution skills to new heights.

Packed with on-point PM wisdom, these 7 mini-books -- including the bestselling Project Management and Agile Project Management For Dummies -- help you and your team hit maximum productivity by razor-honing your skills in sizing, organizing, and scheduling projects for ultimate effectiveness.

You値l also find everything you need to over-deliver in a good way when choosing the right tech and software, assessing risk, and dodging the pitfalls that can snarl up even the best-laid plans.

    Apply formats formulas and checklists

    Manage Continuous Process Improvement

    Resolve conflict in teams and hierarchies

    Rescue distressed projects

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Microsoft has updated the free virtual machines it makes available for download as Windows 11 development environments.

In addition to Windows 11, the virtual machines also include various other developer-centric tools such as Visual Studio 2022 Community Edition and Ubuntu pre-installed in Windows Subsystem for Linux 2. In a nod to the fact that people work with different virtualization platforms, Microsoft has produced VMWare, Hyper-V (Gen2), VirtualBox, and Parallels versions of the free VMs.

It is worth noting from the offset that while these virtual machines furnish users with a free copy of Windows 11, Visual Studio and more, there are limitations. Perhaps the most important one to keep in mind is that the VMs are time-limited and will expire after 90 days -- but there is nothing to prevent you from reinstalling the same VM or downloading the updated version that will almost certainly have been released in the intervening three months.

Microsoft says of the virtual machines:

We currently package our virtual machines for four different virtualization software options: VMWare, Hyper-V (Gen2), VirtualBox, and Parallels. These virtual machines contain an evaluation version of Windows that expires on the date posted. If the evaluation period expires, the desktop background will turn black, you will see a persistent desktop notification indicating that the system is not genuine, and the PC will shut down every hour.

The VMs include the latest Patch Tuesday updates from July.

The complete list of software included with the downloads is as follows:

   ■ Windows 11 Enterprise (Evaluation)

   ■ Visual Studio 2022 Community Edition with UWP, .NET Desktop, Azure, and Windows App SDK for C# workloads enabled

   ■ Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 enabled with Ubuntu installed

   ■ Windows Terminal installed

   ■ Developer mode enabled

It is also possible to download virtual machines based on Windows 10 Enterprise or Windows 11 Enterprise without any additional software.

You can find out more and download the virtual machines -- or Windows 11 development environments -- here.

Reddit has been making major changes to the platform. It was only recently that the site announced a contributor program, which lets you convert your Reddit gold and karma into fiat currency. And now it is back with some changes to ad personalization and privacy preferences.

Among the various changes the site has announced, the most notable one is Reddit "removing the ability to opt out of ad personalization based on your Reddit activity." In simpler terms, Reddit no longer allows you to decide not to see ads that are tailored to your actions on the site.

Reddit's head of privacy conveys in the announcement that this change is actually beneficial.

Reddit requires very little personal information, and we like it that way. Our advertisers instead rely on on-platform activity謡hat communities you join, leave, upvotes, downvotes, and other signals葉o get an idea of what you might be interested in.

The vast majority of redditors will see no change to their ads on Reddit. For users who previously opted out of personalization based on Reddit activity, this change will not result in seeing more ads or sharing on-platform activity with advertisers. It does enable our models to better predict which ad may be most relevant to you.

Reddit mentions that this change will not roll out to users 妬n select countries". The company has not listed which countries are exceptions, but it is possible that EU nations are among them, as the change may violate the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

In addition, Reddit has updated the descriptions of the privacy settings to make them more 田lear and consistent across platforms. You are also given ability to opt out of specific ad categories, such as Alcohol, Dating, Gambling, Pregnancy and Parenting, and Weight Loss. The company has also consolidated location customization settings.


Another Surface device has got a new firmware update. This time, Microsoft is rolling out a set of patches for the Surface Laptop 4 with AMD processors, delivering users charging stability and performance improvements, security patches, and a fix for a bug causing the device to boot to a Surface logo.

Note: Microsoft rolls out Surface firmware updates in stages. Your device will get available updates eventually, but it may take a few days. You can force-install the latest firmware by downloading a package from the official Surface Support website.

What is new in the Surface Laptop 4 AMD September 2023 firmware update?

    Improves device charging performance and stability.

    Addresses security vulnerabilities.

    Resolves a device booting to the Surface logo issue.

Here is the list of new drivers:

Here is extra information about the release:

The fourth-generation Surface Laptop with Intel and AMD processors will remain supported until 2027. According to the official Surface Lifecycle documentation, the computer will reach its end of life on April 15, 2027.


In December 2017, in a 3-2 decision made along political party lines, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to classify internet service providers (ISPs) as information services under Title I guidelines. Now there's new hope that the decision will be reversed and allow ISPs to operate under "net neutrality" rules.

In a proposal on the FCC website, the commission's chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel stated that ISPs should once again be regulated until Title I guidelines, which are the same as the the ones that regulate utility companies such as power. This would allow the FCC to set up regulations that would give them more control over ISPs

Rosenworcel stated several reasons for switching back to "net neutrality":

    Openness Establish basic rules for Internet Service Providers that prevent them from blocking
      legal content, throttling your speeds, and creating fast lanes that favor those who can pay for access.

    Security Reclassify broadband internet access to give the FCC and its national security partners the tools
      needed to defend our networks from potential security threats.

    Safety Allow the FCC to enhance the resiliency of broadband networks and bolster efforts to require
      providers to notify the FCC and consumers of internet outages.

    Nationwide Standard Establish a uniform national standard rather than a patchwork of state-by-state
      approaches, benefiting consumers and Internet Service Providers.

The reason this proposal is being floated is that the FCC recently got a new commissioner, Anna Gomez, which gives the Democrat-approved board a 3-2 voting advantage. That means previous decisions made under Republican-approved FCC could be reversed like the net neutrality ban.

The FCC plans to vote on October 19 to see whether or not this new proposal should go to the next stage, which is getting feedback from the general public. If that happens, those comments will be taken until mid-December, followed by public replies until January 2024. the FCC could finally vote on the proposal later that year but it's possible ISPs could try to derail the proposal in court.

Ps5 | Ps4 | Ps3 / Sony confirms Horizon Forbidden West
« Last post by javajolt on September 27, 2023, 04:39:00 PM »
Complete Edition for PS5 Oct. 6 and PC in early 2024

Confirming previous rumors, Sony has officially announced plans to release Horizon Forbidden West: Complete Edition for its PlayStation 5 console next week on October 6. It's also coming to the PC as well, but this time the rumors of a simultaneous launch with the PS5 version were incorrect.

Instead, the official PlayStation blog announced that the PC edition would launch sometime in early 2024. As with many of Sony's PlayStation console ports to the PC, this one will be handled by Nixxes Software. It will be available via Steam and the Epic Games Store. So far, there's no word on the specific PC hardware specs and features.

Meanwhile, the PS5 edition of the hit Guerrilla Games' sci-fi third-person action game will contain both the original Horizon: Forbidden West game that launched in February 2022, along with its paid DLC expansion Burning Shores which was released in 2023.

In addition, the Complete Edition will have a number of extras, including the game's digital soundtrack and digital art book and a Horizon Zero Dawn Vol. 1: The Sunhawk digital comic book. In addition, the game's Photo Mode will add some special pose and face paint features. Finally, players can unlock some new in-game items while they go through the campaign:

Carja Behemoth Elite outfit キCarja Behemoth Short Bow

    Nora Thunder Elite outfit

    Nora Thunder Sling

    Apex Clawstrider Machine Strike piece

    Resources pack

Launching PlayStation games on the PC has proven to be a mixed bag for gamers. While the Spider-Man: Miles Morales PC release went well in 2022, the launches of the Windows versions of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and The Last of Us: Part I in 2023 had a number of issues with bugs and performance problems out of the gate. Hopefully, the extra development time that the PC edition of Horizon: Forbidden West will get will solve these launch problems


It is update time for those using PowerToys on Windows 10 and 11. Version 0.74 is now available for download with numerous fixes, and improvements. This version includes a new utility called Crop And Lock, it allows you to select an application and crop it into a smaller window or thumbnail. Keyboard manager now supports Numpad, FancyZones contains code improvements and refactor and more.

Here are the highlights of the update:


Upgraded to Windows App SDK 1.4.1, increasing stability of WinUI3 utilities. Thanks @dongle-the-gadget for starting the upgrade!

Text Extractor was upgraded to its version 2.0, with a new overlay, table mode and more Quality of Life improvements. Thanks @TheJoeFin!

Improved FancyZones stability, fixing some layout resets and improving handling of newly created windows on Windows 11.

Fixed many silent crashes that were reported to Watson and the user's event viewer.

The full changelog is below:


    Turning animations off in Windows Settings will now also turn them off in PowerToys.

    Upgraded the Windows App SDK dependency to 1.4.1. Thanks @dongle-the-gadget for the original 1.4.0 upgrade!

    Show in the thumbnail label and application titles when running as administrator. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

    Upgraded the Win UI Community Toolkit dependency to 8.0. Thanks @niels9001!


    Added down-sampled variants to the application's icon. Thanks @morriscurtis!

Color Picker

    After adding a new color in the editor, the history will scroll the new color into view. Thanks @peerpalo!

Crop and Lock

    Fixed a Crop and Lock crash that would occur when trying to reparent a window crashes the target
      application. An error message is shown instead.


    Set the process and main thread priority to normal.

    Fixed handling newly created windows on Windows 11.

    Fixed scenarios where opening the FancyZones Editor would reset the layouts.

File Explorer add-ons

    Optimized CPU usage for generating SVG thumbnails.

    Improved handling of Gcode Thumbnails, including JPG and QOI formats. Thanks @pedrolamas!

    Better handled errors when sending telemetry, which were causing reported crashes.

    Fixed some thumbnails not being shown centered like before the optimization.

File Locksmith

    Shows files opened by processes with PID greater than 65535. Thanks @poke30744!

    Fixed a GDI object leak in the context menu which would crash Explorer.

Find My Mouse

    Added new activation methods, including by hotkey. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

Hosts File Editor

    Ignore the default ACME sample entries in the hosts file. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

    Improved save error handling and added better error messages. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

    Corrected a check for an error when signaling the application to start as administrator.

    Refactored the context menu. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

    Fixed dialogs overlapping the title bar after the upgrade to Windows App SDK 1.4. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

Keyboard Manager

    Distinguish between the regular minus key and the numpad minus key.

Mouse Without Borders

    Fixed a crash when trying to restart the application.


    Using Peek on HTML files will show a white background by default, similar to a browser's default behavior.

    Fixed a white flash on the Dark theme when switching files and improved the development file preview detection and adjustments.


    Fixed a crash caused by big counter values on the new enumeration method.

PowerToys Run

    It's now possible to select which shell is used by the Shell plugin.

    A combobox option type was added to the plugin options.

    Fixed a bug in the Calculator plugin that was causing decimal numbers to be misinterpreted on locales
      where the dot (.) character isn't used as a decimal or digit separator.

    Improved the Program plugin stability when it fails to load a program's thumbnail at startup.

    The use of Pinyin for querying some plugins can now be turned on in Settings. Thanks @ChaseKnowlden!

    Refactored option types for plugin and added number, string and composite types to be used in the future. Thanks @htcfreek!

    Fixed the entry for searching for Windows updates in the Settings plugin. Thanks @htcfreek!

Quick Accent

    The "All languages" character set is now calculated by programmatically querying the characters for every
      available language. Thanks @dannysummerlin!

    Added to the Norwegian and Swedish languages. Thanks @Aaron-Junker!

    Added a runtime cache to the "All languages" character set, to only calculate accents once per key.

Registry Preview

    Fixed focusing issues at startup.

    Improved the data visualization to show data in a similar way to the Windows Registry Editor. Thanks @dillydylann!


Fixed hanging when a bug report was generated from the flyout. Thanks @davidegiacometti!


    Improved the way the OOBE window reacts to Windows theme change.

    Fixed an issue that made it impossible to change the "Switch between windows in the current zone" "Next window" shortcut for FancyZones.

    Fixed a crash when entering a duplicate name for a color in the Color Picker page and improved clean up
      when cancelling a color edit. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

Text Extractor

Text Extractor 2.0, with a new overlay, table mode and more Quality of Life improvements. Thanks @TheJoeFin!


    SECURITY.md was updated from 0.0.2 to 0.0.9. Thanks @Aaron-Junker!

    Improved the README and main development document for clarity and completeness. Thanks @codeofdusk and @aprilbbrockhoeft!


    Fixed PowerToys Run DateTime plugin tests that were failing depending on locale, so that they can be run correctly on all dev machines.

    Fixed PowerToys Run System plugin tests that were failing for certain network interfaces, so that they can
      be run correctly on all dev machines. Thanks, @snickler!

    Fixed a markdown bug on the GitHub /helped command.

    Switched build pipelines to a new agent pool. Thanks @DHowett!

    New .cs files created in Visual Studio get the header added automatically. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

You can download PowerToys from the Microsoft Store, winget (Command Prompt as Administrator and enter the command: winget install --id Microsoft.PowerToys, or its repository on GitHub.

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