I've been using the WinGet command-line version for quite some time now, and I am pleased with the apt-get-like installation method for installing/updating/removing software on my Windows machines. (WinGet is also the new Windows Store installation option for Microsoft Intune) But there's also a PowerShell module for WinGet, still in preview (Alpha) but very functional already. I will show you how to use that module in this blog post.
An excellent way to run your scripts is by using a Stream Deck 🙂 I purchased one last month (Elgato Stream Deck Mk 2 Studio Controller with 15 buttons), mainly because of the Microsoft Teams support, but you can use it for PowerShell too! In this blog post, I will show you a few examples.
This is one of the most used tools in PowerShell that I use, an excellent way of storing and using data for reporting purposes. In this blog post, I will show you how to use it to your benefit.
When testing Functions in PowerShell or just executing cmdlets, you don't always get enough information when things don't work. The Trace-Command cmdlet is a valuable tool that gives you much information about what's going on behind the scenes. In this blog post, I will show you how to use it.