WMI is a Windows technology to query computer details. If you are still using the deprecated Get-WmiObject cmdlet, you should rethink:
PS> Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_BIOS SMBIOSBIOSVersion : 1.9.1 Manufacturer : Dell Inc. Name : 1.9.1 SerialNumber : 4ZKM0Z2 Version : DELL - 20170001
Switch to the new Get-CimInstance cmdlet which works very similar:
PS> Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_BIOS SMBIOSBIOSVersion : 1.9.1 Manufacturer : Dell Inc. Name : 1.9.1 SerialNumber : 4ZKM0Z2 Version : DELL - 20170001
One of the many advantages of Get-CimInstance is its IntelliSense support: to find out the class names available, simply press TAB or (in graphical editors like ISE or VSCode) press CTRL+SPACE:
PS> Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_# <-press CTRL+SPACE with the cursor after "_"
You may have to initially repeat the key presses because it can take a few seconds to generate the IntelliSense list so on your first key press, IntelliSense may time out.
Another advantage of Get-CimInstance over Get-WmiObject is that Get-CimInstance is available in PowerShell 7 as well. WMI as a technology is Windows-based. Do not expect to find WMI classes on Linux boxes.