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Formatting TimeSpans in Powershell

Jeffrey Hicks shows how we can format TimeStamp objects:

This is pretty straight forward. Subtract the LastBootUpTime property from the current datetime to get a timespan object that shows how long this computer has been up and running. But…I want to get rid of the milliseconds value.  It’s irrelevant as far as I’m concerned and takes up space that I might want to use for another property.  I need to format that  value.

Click through for several methods.

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