The new Microsoft Edge allows you to install websites as applications so they open in their own window and work like a real app. But what if you want to pin multiple versions of the same app?
My, browsers come and go so quickly these days. Microsoft’s replacement for Internet Explorer is already shuttered now that they’ve joined the Chromium open-source project to produce Edge using that codebase. And as much as I’m all here for that, it can still be handy to have Internet Explorer–especially when you can control it programatically from PowerShell.
IE is dead to the world, but it’s still kickin’ in Windows 10. Here’s a great way to use the browser to automate some redundant tasks and score back some extra time.
Inexcusably, SharePoint has no true breadcrumb navigation. In document libraries, navigating up and down the folder hierarchy is a painful series of pageloads. Fortunately, there are options.