Using -SeachBase with PowerShell's Get-ADComputer cmdlet gives faster results when querying Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) with PowerShell. You can use this for your own advantage, here is a little example to speed up AD DS queries.
Install Servicing Stack Updates (SSU) for Windows Server 2012R2, 2016 and Windows Server 2019 using PowerShell, without downtime. Because they must be installed prior to normal Windows Server security updates you can install an SSU anytime you want to during the day. Here's a small PowerShell example to do so.
Here is how to use Get-Item and Get-ItemProperty in PowerShell to perform and streamline day to day tasks like installing or updating software based on file versions. Working with PowerShell's Get-ItemProperty to get file attributes may boost your work productivity. It's often easier to getting things done if you have a more generic way of doing something. I also address changing timestamps on files in short.
Unzipping a file on your PowerShell command line may come in handy sometimes, even on your Windows 10 workstation. Use Expand-Archive for this