This release comes with two small but useful additions.
1) an experimental and even temporary cmdlet
Thecmdlet uses keyb_event (i.e. sending virtual key codes to anywhere) and supports letters, numbers, Ctrl, Alt, Shift, Win (guess why) and Enter. It will be rewritten and renamed in the future, for now this is as is.
How to use?
Invoke-UIAHotKey -Win # to call the Start Screen
Invoke-UIAHotKey -Win -Key c # to call the charm
Invoke-UIAHotKey -Win -Key z # to call the app menu
2) UIAutomationSpy displays the full hierarhy (even the topmost element you rarely will need to address) in the lower box (tab Code -> tab Control)
3) UIAutomationSpy also displays the same as a tree of controls (tab Code -> tab Hierarchy)
I hope it helps you deeply understand controlsthat you see on the screen.