powershell doesn't have native support for yaml. Solution: PSYAML and powershell-yaml
YAML is not supported by default in powershell like JSON and XML, although some people are already asking for it in github and Windows user voice (give your voice, too!). YAML is more comfortable for human reading than JSON.
Currently there're two maintained modules to work with YAML:
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In Microsoft documentation for OleDbEnumerator.GetRootEnumerator() method
there's a C# example how to list all Ole DB Providers. I've just rewritten it in Powershell, creating a function that returns a list of providers, so it's easier to work with and can be filtered.
It's useful to check which providers are installed in a . . .