Powershell Tip #45: Open a PowerShell console since PowerShell ISE

By | September 15, 2015

Tip: You can open a PowerShell console when you are in PowerShell ISE with the keyboard shortcut : Ctrl + Shift + P

It will bring up a new PowersShell console with the same current username.

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