How to Add PowerShell to New Context Menu of File Explorer | WIKIBAN

16 August 2016

How to Add PowerShell to New Context Menu of File Explorer

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Usually, to create a PowerShell file, you can either create a new text file and rename its extension every single time to .ps1, or you can use Notepad. Using Notepad, it is possible to save the entered text as a powershell file by selecting the File - Save menu item and typing the filename with the ps1 extension in quotes. It is necessary to add quotes to save it with the correct extension. Another option is the app Windows PowerShell ISE, which starts very slow, but can save your scripts directly to .ps1 files.

In this Article you will easily know how to add powershell to your windows context menu without suffering to go through some tedious process and this trick works easily on windows 7, windows 8 and even windows 10.
 
Normally there is need to edit your registry Editor but all thanks goes to Seygey Tkachenko for making the Ready-to-use Registry file and with a one-click you can enable the feature smoothly.
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How to Add PowerShell to New Context Menu of File Explorer

Download the  Registry File here and double click to add your powershell easily and if you still prefer to use the other method by tweaking your registry editor check the guide here

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