Use the Console Pane in the Windows PowerShell ISE


How to Use the Console Pane in the Windows PowerShell ISE?



The Console pane in the Windows PowerShell® Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) operates exactly like the stand-alone Windows PowerShell ISE console window.

To run a command in the Console Pane, type a command, and then press ENTER. To enter multiple commands that you want to execute in sequence, type SHIFT+ENTER between commands.

To stop a command, on the toolbar, click Stop Operation, or press CTRL+BREAK. You can also use CTRL+C to stop a command if the context is unambiguous. For example, if some text has been selected in the current Pane, then CTRL+C maps to the copy operation.


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