Windows PowerShell Shortcut Keys

These are the ones that I use the most

Ctrl+End Press Ctrl+End to delete all the characters in the line after the cursor.

F7 Displays a pop-up window with your command history and allows you to select a command. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list. Press Enter to select a command to run, or press the Right arrow key to place the text on the command line.

F9 Runs a specific numbered command from your command history. Command numbers are listed when you press F7.

These may be useful

Ctrl+S Press Ctrl+S to pause or resume the display of output

F5 Scans backward through your command history.

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