Export PowerShell Command History To a File

How to Export PowerShell Command History to a File

PowerShell is saving every single command you execute in its console. Its history is limited by 32767 items, which is a huge number. It is very convenient, as it allows going to any of your previous commands to execute it one more time, or modify and run it.

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How to Open PowerShell as Administrator in Windows 10

How to Open PowerShell as Administrator in Windows 10

In this article, I  will review a number of methods to open a new PowerShell Console as Administrator in Windows 10. This mode is also known as ‘elevated PowerShell’.  It can be useful for various maintenance and administrative tasks. Continue reading “How to Open PowerShell as Administrator in Windows 10”

How to Open PowerShell in Windows 10

How to Open PowerShell in Windows 10 (all methods)

Using PowerShell and its cmdlets can be very helpful. It often extends existing functionality of Windows 10, and even adds features that are missing by default. Once you learn all the PowerShell cmdlets, automating Windows is really easy.
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How To Remove PowerShell From Context Menu in Windows 10

With the Windows 10 Creators Update and above, the context menu option ‘Open command window here’ is replaced by ‘Open PowerShell window here’ entry. PowerShell replaces Command Prompt in the Win+X or Power User menu as well.

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