Tip: Delete Hyper-V VMs with a GUI tool

If you use Hyper-V on Windows, you can add, run, or remove guest operating systems from the Hypere-V administrative Console. More convenient would be a tool with GUI to delete VMs.


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Mikael Nystrom has created a PowerShell script for this purpose and offered for free on GitHub.

Simply copy the GitHub source code into a .ps1 file and run it with .\name.ps1 in the PowerShell. 

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