It's being used in every PowerShell session, the PowerShell Profile. In this blog post, I will show you what it does, what you can use it for, and how I use it.
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.
Whenever I reinstall my Windows laptop (Or a new management VM), I have a lot of apps, modules, RSAT Tools, Sysinternals tools, and settings that need to be installed or configured. So... Let's automate that 🙂