Simple way to put Powershell 7 link to the directory's context menu
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PowerShell 7 context menu for Windows 10

This helps you to add Powershell 7 to your directory context menu with these few easy steps.

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How to install?

For installing the context menu for your choice, follow these steps:

  • clone the repo to your machine or download and unzip the released zip archive
  • open the location of the files in the Windows File Explorer or your desired file manager
  • right click on the chosed "Add..." .reg file and choose Merge option
  • make sure, you are clicking each Yes button

How to uninstall?

  • right click on the Remove ... .reg file, depending the installed option (32-bit or 64-bit).

Credits

The original idea is from Shawn Brink.