Whether you're a PowerShell novice or an expert, PowerShell modules are an essential tool for script development. ModuleManager for PowerShell allows you to find and manage modules on your remote or local machine, ensuring that your modules are up-to-date.
Are you struggling with multiple versions of the identical module? PowerShell ModuleManager helps prevent confusion between versions by removing duplicates and obsolete versions of modules.
PowerShell Gallery, to install new modules. PowerShell ModuleManager lets you quickly access the details of the module, including descriptions and release notes, as well as tags, version information, and dependencies and commands. Search for repositories, such as PowerShell Gallery to search for new modules. You can also view information about the module to determine if it is a suitable module that meets your needs.
Look through the PowerShell Gallery or any other repository for new modules.
Install, remove, or temporarily disable the modules.
Keep modules up-to-date.
Get rid of duplicate versions and obsolete versions of modules to avoid confusion about versions.
Filter and locate particular modules that are on your device.
Access the entire module's details in an instant.
I am moving and organizing the module areas.
Monitor modules remotely on machines.
Upload modules to the repository.
SAPIEN PowerShell ModuleManager Awesome Features:
Remote Module Management
Track your remote connections and manage the modules on small devices.
Distribute modules by publishing them on online repositories such as PowerShell Gallery. PowerShell Gallery.
Search and Filter
Search and filter the modules you are currently installing—sort modules by the status, name, author, or Description.
PowerShell ModuleManager allows you to manage repositories simply. Update publication and source location of the existing repository or even create a new repository. If you don't need the storage anymore, erase it.
View the complete module information
PowerShell ModuleManager lets you quickly access information about modules like descriptions, releases notes, versions information tags, dependencies, and even commands.
Find different repositories to find modules using the name tags, command, or filter. Learn more about the module before installing an entirely new module from a warehouse.
Status of Module
Each PowerShell module within the PSModulePath variable has a status that helps you distinguish between modules that are part of the system and updated ones.
Modifications that are disabled
If you're not sure you should uninstall one specific version of a module, Try disabling it. Enabling the module moves it to a different folder, where you can then re-enable.
Look out for updates to Modules.
It's simple to keep your modules up-to-date. When PowerShell ModuleManager starts, the program will let you know the availability of updates for the modules installed
Manage Versions of Modules
PowerShell ModuleManager helps avoid confusion over versions by eliminating duplicate versions and old Versions of Modules.
If an application is installed in the wrong position, you can move the module to any location specified within the PSModulePath variable.
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