It's possible to disable PowerShell, and in this guide, we'll show three methods to complete this task on Windows 10.
On Windows 10, PowerShell is a powerful cross-platform tool that allows you to run scripts and commands to change system settings, manage features, troubleshoot problems, and automate tasks.
Although it is a useful command-line shell, in some situations, you may need to disable it to make sure that users do not make unwanted changes or execute scripts with malicious commands. And other times, you may need to restrict access to PowerShell to comply with the company's policies.
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