Make the PATH environment variable more readable using Powershell

write content of PATH environment variable

($env:path).split(";")

(cmd /c echo %path%).split(";")

Now update it

updating it like this

$env:path += $env:path+";C:\Program Files\Git\bin" works only in process – that means after powershell.exe had been closed it would not exist anymore

.NET to the rescue
$np = $env:path + ";C:\Program Files\Git\bin"
[Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable("PATH", $np, "Machine")
 

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