PowerShell's Default Start Directory

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Algernon

How do I change the directory that PowerShell starts in? it shows my
"Documents and Settings\username" for a path after the prompt, but I
just want to see "PS C:\"
 

My Computer

R

RichS

Do you want PowerShell to start in c:\ ?

if so then right click the icon you use to start it and chnage the "Start
in: " property on the Shortcut tab to be the folder where you want to start

Do you just want the prompt to say C:\ irrespective of where you start?

If so then change the prompt function in your profile so that it says "C:\"


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"Algernon" wrote:

> How do I change the directory that PowerShell starts in? it shows my
> "Documents and Settings\username" for a path after the prompt, but I
> just want to see "PS C:\"
>
>
 

My Computer

D

dreeschkind

Putting

set-location c:\

in your PowerShell startup script ($profile) might also be an option.

....\MyDocs\WindowsPowerShell\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1

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greetings
dreeschkind

"Algernon" wrote:

> How do I change the directory that PowerShell starts in? it shows my
> "Documents and Settings\username" for a path after the prompt, but I
> just want to see "PS C:\"
>
>
 

My Computer

G

Guest

"Algernon" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected]...
> How do I change the directory that PowerShell starts in? it shows my
> "Documents and Settings\username" for a path after the prompt, but I
> just want to see "PS C:\"
>


in your $PROFILE file, you can add a
Set-Location "xxxxxxxxx"
where xxxxxxxxx is the path you want to start on.

bye
Nico
 

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