I really like GitHub but the problem is that it is really a developer not IT Pro style environment. That means there is no easy way (that I know of at least) to simply to copy every file in a repository to a directory on your local computer. Yes, you can do that with Visual Code like I do, but what if you just want a complete copy so you can run the scripts that I have created quickly and easily?
Have no fear, PowerShell to the rescue once again.
I have just created the following script:
which, when run, will basically grab every file in my Office 365 repository and download it to the directory you nominate in the variable at the top of the script.
So the process is to copy the above script into the PowerShell ISE. Modify the variable $DestinationPath to suit your environment and then simply run the script.
The great thing is that you can re-rerun the script at any time to grab the latest updates I have made in that repository.