This article will show you how to set a start directory that PowerShell will go to when you start the PowerShell console.
If you use PowerShell a lit this change will has a big productivity effect on time and efficiency.
To start open PowerShell and create a new profile using the cmdlet below.
New-Item -path $profile -type file –force
Once I have my new profile I’ll edit It by using the line below which will open It using Notepad
The set the start location type the cmdlet below and set the location (my location Is C:\files)
And next time I restart my PowerShell Console PS start In the location I set
Remember once you create the profile to can continue customize it by opening it using:
To modify the PowerShell ISE profile follow to same steps from above but just from the PowerShell ISE console: