I have recently started using custom objects inside a few of my PowerShell scripts. Upon looking around online I noticed that there are two ways to create these objects
$Obj1 = New-Object System.Object
$Obj2 = New-Object PSObject
They both have the functionality that I needed, such as setting custom properties for necessary information to be held.
My question is, is there a necessary time to use one of them over the other? I found an article on Technet that seems to be heading in the right direction to giving an answer to this question, but I haven't been able to wrap my mind around it. Link is below.