Change VSCode Integrated Terminal to PowerShell

Visual Studio Code :: Integrated Terminal Setting

Visual Studio Code is an excellent developer tool for PowerShell projects. However, regardless of which type of project you’re developing (C#, Node.js, Python, etc.), you can benefit from changing your default shell to the powerful, object-oriented PowerShell shell. Now, you may not want to change your default shell for the …

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Why I use Visual Studio Code to write PowerShell

Visual Studio Code - PowerShell Extension

A Little History on PowerShell Editors Since 2009, PowerShell users have been rewarded with an improvement over Notepad, for authoring PowerShell scripts and modules. That tool is called the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Editor (ISE), which was originally included out-of-box with Windows 7 and PowerShell version 2.0. Over the years, PowerShell …

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