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Console Coloration with Powershell

Jeffrey Hicks takes us through color changes with Powershell:

I readily admit that I spend a great deal of my day at a PowerShell prompt. My day is very much run from the command-line, and has been for quite some time. This used to be a drab, gray existence. But I’ve been finding ways to liven things up. Here’s one way.

The PSScriptTools module includes a number of custom format files with alternate views. You need to make sure the module is imported before you can use any of them.

It’s interesting just how much of a quality of life improvement file type coloration is. I’ll go out of my way to use colorized shells with bash, as well as pretty much any IDE and even Notepad++.

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