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It is interesting that you noted the time difference between -Filter and Select-Object.  It appears that you were gathering from the local machine.  I would be curious to see, and I might try later today, to see what the difference in time is when querying multiple machines across a network.
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Thanks for your comment ! It's actually the difference between (Get-CimInstance -Filter ... -Property...) and (GetCimInstance -Filter | Select-Object -property).

I did another test this morning. Using the Property Parameter of Get-CimInstance is faster on localhost, but slower on Remote machine.

# ON LOCALHOST #
(Measure-Command {Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_logicaldisk -filter "DriveType = '3'" -Property DeviceID,Size,Freespace}).totalmilliseconds > 30.3139

(Measure-Command {Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_logicaldisk -filter "DriveType = '3'" | Select-Object -property DeviceID,Size,Freespace}).totalmilliseconds > 542.9056

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# On a REMOTE COMPUTER #
(Measure-Command {Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_logicaldisk -filter "DriveType = '3'" -Property DeviceID,Size,Freespace -computername SERVER01}).totalmilliseconds > 1659.8736

(Measure-Command {Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_logicaldisk -filter "DriveType = '3'" -computername SERVER01 | Select-Object -property DeviceID,Size,Freespace}).totalmilliseconds > 376.6548
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I don't think it's about guns or god, frankly. I think +Alex Pareene hit the nail on the head in his article. 
http://www.salon.com/2012/12/16/what_if_gun_control_is_impossible/

"There are countries with gun ownership rates nearly as high as our own and much less gun violence. You could attribute that to culture (other Western nations have a less blood-soaked popular media and lack our proud history of fetishizing power and violence and huge fucking guns) or regulation (nearly every other wealthy and gun-heavy nation registers firearms and requires licensing). But another thing Finland and Canada — to name two nations with plenty of guns and not many gun murders — have in common is a strong welfare state. There are also countries with many fewer guns than the United States, but with even higher homicide by firearm rates. They are all countries poorer and less equal than the United States. Social democracy might actually be a better deterrent to gun violence than gun control." 

By the way, Huckabee either got his figures wrong or he's a lot more understanding than I thought. He mentioned the 27 innocent people killed. Let me just say that I think Huckabee's a bigot. He's basically saying because we don't believe in (his version of) god, that's what we get. This is just a different shade of what the Westboro Baptitst Church folks say, as far as I can see it. 

So if I am a Muslim or a Buddhist or an atheist, do I get shot, too, or wind up unable to understand it if it happens to people I love? That's his "logic."
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