PowerShell Profiles – The profile.ps1 file

Welcome to this blog series about PowerShell profiles. I’m using PowerShell profiles for a couple of months now to make life a lot easier. To start this blog series, I would like to show you my Profile.ps1 file. It’s located in “C:\Users\<Your username>\Documents\WindowsPowerShell”. Because I use my PowerShell profiles at multiple locations such as my work notebook, home computer and sometimes at projects, I need to make sure that my PowerShell script home is always right so that the rest of the PowerShell profile is able to load successfully. That’s why I have these commands at the beginning of my profile:

Continue reading “PowerShell Profiles – The profile.ps1 file”