Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to easily add days, hours, and minutes to the current time.
How can I use Windows PowerShell to add one day, two hours, and thirty minutes to the current date and time?
Create a TimeSpan object that represents one day, two hours, and thirty minutes,
then add it to the current date and time that Get-Date retrieves:
$ts = New-TimeSpan -Days 1 -Hours 2 -Minutes 30
(get-date) + $ts