Deleting files, folders, registry keys, and named values
When you are creating scripts, there are instances when you need to delete items from a computer. PowerShell has the
remove-item cmdlet that enables the removal of objects from a computer. The syntax of this cmdlet starts by calling the
remove-item cmdlet and proceeds with specifying the
–path argument with a file, folder, or registry key to delete.
remove-item cmdlet has several useful arguments that can be leveraged. The
–force argument is available to delete files, folders, and registry keys that are read-only, hidden, or restricted by UAC. The
–recurse argument is available to enable recursive deletion of files, folders, and registry keys on a system. The
–include argument enables ...