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    thename said:
    So, any reason not to deselect PowerShell 2.0 in "Turn Windows features on and off" ?

    Windows PowerShell 2.0 is for backwards compatibility. You can turn if off if you don't think you will need it.
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    In linked article (thanks for it) : "incompatible with Windows PowerShell 5.1. .... expected to be rare."
    Enough said.
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