Execute a script file or just couple lines of Powershell right in Rainmeter, natively. Results of invocation will be measure value and be updated along with skin update.


Download rmskin package, with example skins and plugin bundled.
or Download dll zip package and extract the dll corresponding to your Windows platform to %appdata%\Rainmeter\Plugins.


  • .NET Framework 4.5 or later.
  • PowerShell 3.0 or later.
Windows 10 already shipped with PowerShell 5.1 so everything works out of the box.

Windows 7

Default PowerShell shipped in Windows 7 is 2.0. If you're not sure which version you have or upgraded, open PowerShell CLI and run
If value returned is 2, download and upgrade newest PowerShell here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=54616


Basic usage

There are 2 ways to input your script:

1. Uses script set in Line options:

Measure = Plugin
Plugin = PowershellRM
Line = Get-Process |
Line2 = Where-Object {$_.ProcessName -eq "explorer"} |
Line3 = Select -ExpandProperty "Path"
Last output object will be this measure value.

2. Uses a PowerShell script file

Measure = Plugin
Plugin = PowershellRM
ScriptFile = myScript.ps1
In this script file, you need to define function Update with no parameter. Update function is called every time skin updating and whatever it returning will be this measure value.
For more example usage, check out example skins
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