True/False (Boolean) Values in PowerShell

This one keeps tripping me up. The following value FALSE is actually evaluated as boolean TRUE in PowerShell if you type it in literally. PowerShell is a bit like JavaScript in how it handles true and false, there is true-ish and false-ish. The easiest thing to remember is that $TRUE is true and $FALSE is false. The Windows PowerShell Blog has a good indepth article on boolean values. Searching through Google for this answer tends to lend results that more deal with boolean operators and functions than the literal values themselves.