I am not sure how you launch PowerShell, but I found for me the fastest and easiest way is the new option at is ‘baked’ into Windows 10.

I am sure you are familiar with pressing ‘WIN+X’ or right-clicking on the start button?

This thing:
menuoldWell there is now a way to replace the Command Prompt with PowerShell in a few clicks:

Right-click on the TaskBar -> Properties (or Settings,if you have the Anniversary Update installed)


And that’s it , now you have PowerShell as an option. ‘Win+X’ and then ‘A’ will give you an administrative PowerShell window :o)


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