But what you don't realize is, you don't really need to search the internet for them! You can just use powershell to find them! It's really simple:
First, Open powershell.
Then create the object. The syntax is:
$variable = New-object -ComObject "ProgID"Example:
$IE = New-object -ComObject "InternetExplorer.Application"Then, you could just type in the variable containing the object to see it's current properties.
$IETo see it's available properties and methods, you can use the Get-Member cmdlet.
$IE|Get-MemberYou can try it yourself with "Shell.Application" as the ProgID.