In Windows 10 there is an option to modify the WIN+X context menu and have it show PowerShell instead of the Command Prompt and it just takes a quick visit to the Windows Settings app. This tutorial will show you how to replace PowerShell with CMD and vice versa. So all you need to is to right-click on taskbar and go to Taskbar settings (in older versions you choose “Settings”) or you can go to the PC Settings → Personalisation and from there access it. Next, in Taskbar you choose the option “Replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell in the menu when I right-click the start button or press Windows key+X entry”. Just toggle the button to On and the context menu will switch to PowerShell. If you want to switch back to Command Prompt just return here and turn the toggle back to Off.
Following information applies to: Windows 10 ONLY
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