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Top 10 Powershell windows 10 commands


Windows PowerShell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language; it is designed specifically for system administrators and power-users, to rapidly automate the administration of multiple operating systems (Linux, macOS, Unix, and Windows) and the processes related to the applications that run on those operating systems.

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List of Top 10 PowerShell windows 10 commands:-

1. List Drives using PowerShell:-

With PowerShell, you are easily able to list drives in your Windows PC, use below command

get-psdrive -psprovider filesystem

Top 10 Powershell windows 10 commands

2. Generate List of Windows Services using PowerShell:-

You can easily generate a list of Windows Services using PowerShell with below commands

Get-Service | Where Status -eq “Running” | Out-GridView

Get-Service | Where Status -eq “Stopped” | Out-GridView

Top 10 Powershell windows 10 commands

3. Create a System Image using Powershell:-

You can easily create a System image with below PowerShell Command

wbadmin start backup-backup target: E:-include: C:-quit-allCritical

Top 10 Powershell windows 10 commands

4. Backup Windows Drivers using PowerShell:-

You can easily backup Windows 10 drivers backup with PowerShell by using the below command

To “view all installed drivers” on your Windows 10 PC.

Get-WindowsDriver -online -All

Now again enter the below command to take the backup.

Export-WindowsDriver -online -Destination E:\DriverBackup

Your command will be the same, only Provide your Drive letter instead of E driver and provide your folder name, whatever you want.

Top 10 Powershell windows 10 commands

5. Uninstall Universal Apps for Single User Account in Windows 10:-

Use below command to find all package installed in your PC


and enter below command to remove universal apps

Remove-AppxPackage <PackageFullName> -confirm

Top 10 Powershell windows 10 commands

6. Generate Disabled Features list in Windows PowerShell:-

To generate a list of the disabled features on your Windows 10 computer, open an elevated PowerShell console, type the following command and hit Enter:

Get-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online | ? state -eq ‘disabled’ | select featurename | sort -Descending

7. Find Windows System Uptime:-

You can easily find out System up-time with PowerShell,

Open the Powershell by search PowerShell in the start menu and enter the below command:-

(get-date) – (gcim Win32_OperatingSystem).LastBootUpTime

8. Check Out Developer Mode is enabled or No:-

Open the Powershell and enter below command


9. Reinstall default build-in Windows 10 Apps:-

Get-AppXPackage | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}

10.Scan for Malware Threats using Powershell:-

if you want to run a quick scan, you’ll use the command:

Start-MpScan -ScanType QuickScan
If you want to run a full scan, you’ll use the command:

Start-MpScan -ScanType FullScan

Video Tutorial:-

We know this tutorial is not enough to cover up Windows 10 Powershell, However, check out our related articles on PowerShell and we recommend you to read Powershell: The Quickstart Beginners Guide and Mastering Windows PowerShell Scripting.

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