For example, this command:
get-netadapter -name "WI-FI"
shows my WIFI network adapter’s details with 5 columns of information about it.
but if i do this:
(get-netadapter -name "WI-FI").
and then press tab, I can see a whole lot more information about it that show up after the dot.
now this is only a simple example, there are many more commands like that which by default only show a few columns of information.
what is the universal way of showing all of the available information for each command, like all of the available commands that go after the
. in the example above and with their output? I want to show them in console in a nice way like with
ft -wrap if possible so I can quickly get a general idea of what information is accessible to me to work with.
I use latest version of PowerShell (7.4 preview) and Windows 11
p.s sometimes pressing tab doesn’t work, like in this example:
(get-bitlockervolume -MountPoint $env:SystemDrive).
but we can still use
ProtectionStatus after the dot
I usually use
command | gm (
gm is an alias for
In your case you could type
get-netadapter -name "WI-FI" | gm. This returns to you the name, the methods, and properties of the returning object.
To output all properties with values:
get-netadapter "WI-FI" | Format-List *