What is PowerShell?
PowerShell is a cross-platform task automation solution of a command-line shell, a scripting language. PowerShell is a potent tool that can remove Windows 10 core components, Files, and Default applications.
So, it is more complicated compared to the classic Command Prompt. If you find a Windows 10, you need to prefer PowerShell.
There are many different ways to Open PowerShell in Windows 10. In this article, we will review all methods one by one. Let’s start it.
You can open PowerShell on Windows 10 using the following methods:-
- From the Power User Menu
- Using Windows Search
- Through the Run command box
- From the File Explorer Address Bar
- Via Task Manager
- From the Right-Click Context Menu
How to Open PowerShell from the Power User Menu?
You probably have altered the setting if you see Command Prompt instead of Windows PowerShell. Refer to our guide to switching between Command Prompt and PowerShell in the Win-X menu.
How to Open PowerShell from Windows Search?
Click on the
How to Open PowerShell through the Run command box?
To quickly open the PowerShell on Windows 10, press the
Quick Tips: After typing the PowerShell in the Run dialog box, hit
How to Open PowerShell from the File Explorer Address Bar?
Firstly, Open the file explorer by pressing
How to Open PowerShell via Task Manager?
Open task Manager by pressing
Then in the Task Manager window, click
Quick Tips: If you want to run PowerShell with administrator permissions, ensure the “Create This Task with Administrator Privilege” option is selected.
How to Open PowerShell from the Right Click Context Menu?