[StarWind Blog] How to display notifications on Windows 10 using PowerShell?

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In this guide, I will explain to create and display a notification using PowerShell. To perform this task, I will use PowerShell and especially, the BurntToast module which is a custom module available on GitHub. You can download the module or use the PowerShell Gallery to install on your machine: https://github.com/Windos/BurntToast. The PowerShell Module works on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019. At the time of writing, the latest version on PS Gallery is 0.8.5.

Notifications can be useful to display important information on your machine or to display information remotely on user workstations for example. In this guide, I will describe how to install this custom module, and then how to create your own notification locally.

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I work as an IT Production Manager, based in Paris (France) with a primary focus on Microsoft technologies. I have 10 years experience in administering Windows Servers. . I am a Microsoft MVP for Cloud & Datacenter Management. I also received the PowerShell Hero 2016 award by PowerShell.0rg. And finally, I am "MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure", "MCSA: Windows Servers", "Administering & Deploying SCCM", and CheckPoint CCSA certified.