I uploaded a new function that can read details from zip files, for example the compression ratio and the number of files and folders that it contains. This function is based on a short article I wrote for PowerShell Magazine, Determine compression ratio of compressed files. I have uploaded this function to the TechNet Script Gallery.
Using the this function it is possible to view the details of a zip files, as shown in the following example:
.EXAMPLE Get-ChildItem -Filter *.zip | Get-ZipFileProperties Description ----------- Use Get-ChildItem to retrieve a list of zip files in the current folder and pipe it into the Get-ZipFileProperties function to retrieve information about these files
For more information or the direct download links of these scripts please refer to the links below. Feel free to leave a comment either here or in the TechNet Script Library.
|TechNet Script Gallery|
|My entries in TechNet Script Gallery|
|JaapBrasser.com – Scripts|
|Get-ZipFileProperties – Script that retrieves details about zip files|