Thursday, December 4, 2014

PowerShell Tips : Using CTRL + END Key Combination.



Today’s a PowerShell Console TIP is to use the CTRL + END Key Combination. Actually these key Combinations works of DOS Console too. So these are kind of Console shortcuts.

We can use the CTRL + END key combination to remove the all text after the Cursor.

Cool! No? try it now.

Type any Long PowerShell command and bring the cursor in the middle of the text and press CTRL + END  and voila see the magic.

Please see the below video about it. Smile 

Using CRTL + END Key.

Thanks for viewing.

Aman Dhally

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