PowerShell Tip: Utilizing Runspaces for Responsive WPF GUI Applications

For those with limited C# or VB.Net programming skills, using PowerShell with XAML code is a great way to create a simple GUI application.  But because the PowerShell host is single-threaded, all your code must run sequentially.  When you have long running commands, this can cause the GUI to freeze and be unresponsive, and you … Continue reading PowerShell Tip: Utilizing Runspaces for Responsive WPF GUI Applications