Windows 10 Insider - Launch PowerShell prompt from within a folder

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In this video we demonstrate how to open up a PowerShell window from within Explorer by holding down shift and right clicking in an empty space to bring up the menu with the item to select.

Video Steps

1. Login to Windows

Login to your windows 10 computer.

2. Open up Explorer

Open up windows explorer and hold down shift then right click in an empty space.

3. Select the item

In the menu that opened from the previous step, select "Open PowerShell window here.
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