Author: Jordan Hammond

PowerShell Core 6 There are several reasons that you may want to use PowerShell Core 6. Some people like bigger numbers and 6 is definitely bigger than 5. Others may have some Linux machines in their environment and would prefer to use PowerShell’s object-oriented goodness when interacting with it. No matter your reasons for it, […]

Hipster cred! I have it, you want it. No way to build it up faster than to be into something before it becomes popular. You may have been wondering how you might be able to pull a random list of fifteen infrequently listened to bands and document the fact that you knew of them before […]

A common request we have is how to remove AppX packages, or in other words, remove Windows 10 default applications. First, you’ll see how to write and deploy a script to remove the applications, then we’ll look at an option for removing the application for all users on a workstation. Building the Script to Remove […]