How to Open Windows PowerShell

How to Open Windows PowerShell


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How to Open Windows PowerShell - Tutorial on opening Windows PowerShell, the command prompt replacement.

Windows PowerShell is designed as a direct replacement for the old "black and white" command prompt that you may already be familiar with. This may come as an unpleasant surprise to long-time users, but once you get used to PowerShell it is a pleasure to use and has some much more powerful scripting features.

The easiest way to open Windows PowerShell is to right click the start button and then click the Windows PowerShell option. If you require elevated administrator...
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I think PowerShell will be great for those who used the Command Prompt more than the pedestrian users but a change in the Command Prompt window gets rid of the blah black and white, just right-click the upper border of the window [Title Bar] has some nice features.
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