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.
Month: March 2023
Using PowerShell on your Stream Deck
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.
Using PSCustomObject in PowerShell
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.
Using Trace-Command in PowerShell for debugging
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.