You’re not a great fan of Command prompt and want to replace it with Windows Powershell in Power User Menu or WinX Menu in Windows 10? Actually it’s possible, and in this article, you will find out to do it.
Windows Powershell was first released by Microsoft in Windows XP and is the part of Windows 8.1 as well as newly released Windows operating system Windows 10. There are lots of users who prefer Windows Powershell in comparison of Command Prompt. If you’re one out of them and want to replace it in Power User Menu or WinX Menu in Windows 10 so that you can quickly launch it, then there are easy ways to do that in Windows 10
In upcoming lines, you will read the way to do that.
Replace Command Prompt with Windows Powershell in Windows 10 using Settings Apps
1. Right-click anywhere on Windows 10 taskbar and click on Settings. Alternatively, you can launch Settings -> Personalization and Taskbar on the left panel to launch the same settings window.
2. Here look for option labeled as Replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell in the menu when I right-click on the start button or press Windows key + X (WinX)
By default it’s not selected, that means you will find two shortcuts of Command Prompts in Windows 10 Power User Menu labeled as Command Prompt and Command Prompt (Admin)
3. To replace it with Windows Powershell. You just need to select this setting.
That’s it. Now whenever you make right click on Start button, you will see two shortcuts of Windows PowerShell labeled as Windows PowerShell and Windows PowerShell (Admin)
Why don’t you give a try of this tutorial and let us know if you have any query? I hope you find this useful!