Create DOS and PowerShell Tiles - Windows 10

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  1. sharpuser

    sharpuser Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I like having tiles to launch either a DOS command line window, or a PowerShell window.

    1) On desktop, option-click New, Shortcut
    2) For DOS, type cmd For PowerShell, type PowerShell
    3) Name the shortcut, Finish
    4) Option-click your new shortcut, and "Pin to Start". Resize and move as desired in the Start Menu.
    5) You may delete the desktop shortcuts, as desired.

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