I am sure most of us prefer to use the quick menu that appears when we right click on any Windows object. Let’s have a look on the menu we get when we press shift +right click on a folder in Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008:
As you see above, by default, there is an option called “Open command window here”.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have also “Open PowerShell here” also? Now we are going to do it!
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That’s it! Now when you shift+right click on any folder on your computer the menu will look like that:
Hope it makes you life easier.