Hi Jason Helmick or who else is listening (reading)
I saw your getting started with powershell Jump start and have 3 questions.
- Is there a quick way to open powershell? Being someone who loves win+r and only “cmd” its a lot mere to type powershell I’m thinking win+r and type “pws” eg.
I’m also a fan of using the system as its build, so its the same on all systems, so something with creating a shortcut or something isn’t what I’m looking for
- Is it possible to change the startup path, when running as administrator? I have changed the “Start in”, in the shortcut, but that only seams to work when running none-admin mode
- A way to make powershell always start as admin could be nice to, I can see someone properly is going to mention something with security, so it’s only when not running a script, but when starting the powershell shell
Regards Lars Mortensen