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tab completion, intellisense for Powershell command 'Add-WindowsFeature'

I'm studying Powershell, I wonder why intellisense for Add-WindowsFeature doesn't work. For example, when I try to enable Desktop Experience on windows 2012,
I type
'Add-WindowsFeature -name ', then I expected to list available possible feature names that I can add, but it doesn't.

parameter value for other commands are listed when I do the same, but not for this cmdlet. How can I get the list of windows feature list of it's not provided for powershell?
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David CarrCommented:
you have to Get-WindowsFeature to see all the options and it will tell you which ones you have installed as indicated by X
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