PowerShell Pro Tools for Visual Studio

Visual Studio

Windows Forms and WPF Designer, code conversion and script packaging integrated into Visual Studio.

Visual Studio Code

Code conversion and script packaging inside Visual Studio Code. 

Command Line

Command line utilities for code conversion and packaging. 


PowerShell Pro Tools supports Visual Studio Community. 

GUI Development

Windows Forms: Edit Windows Forms in the Visual Studio designer to create PowerShell scripts. PowerShell Pro Tools takes over the work of generating and maintaining the script to generate the form and you can spend your time working on the logic for your application.

WPF: Create fluent desktop apps in Windows Presentation Framework (WPF). PowerShell Pro Tools will generate all the necessary logic to attach WPF XAML files to your PowerShell script to create a responsive, beautiful application without having to worry about the WPF plumbing.

Code Conversion

Quickly convert between PowerShell and C# syntax to save time and harness script examples of other languages.

Convert between PowerShell and C# by simply copying the source language code and pasting it into the target source code file.


Simplify the way you deploy scripts by combining scripts and modules into a single script or executable. 

Package as Executable: Package a PowerShell script in a .NET executable so it cannot be modified and can be easily deployed and executed.

Bundling: Bundle multiple PowerShell scripts into a single file. During development, you can break up complex scripts into multiple files and dot source them into the main script. Bundling will automatically combine scripts and modules to produce a single script for deployment.

Obfuscation: Obfuscate a packaged executable so that the PowerShell script and C# host are difficult to decompile using Reflector or ILSpy. Requires generating a packaged executable.

Multiple methods of packaging: Package scripts using Visual Studio and MSBuild, on the command line with PSPack.exe or Merge-Script or via a Visual Studio Code task.

Installers: Create MSIs with using PowerShell to distribute your scripts and executables.

Try PowerShell Pro Tools

Try PowerShell Pro Tools for Visual Studio for three weeks for free. Visit the download page.

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