In Powershell, when you are typing in a path, using tab-completion, directories don't get a trailing (back)slash, meaning that at each level, I have to type Tab - . Is there any way to make Powershell add the trailing backslash to directories it has autocompleted, like Bash does?
PowerTab is an extension which adds Intellisense-like capabilities to Powershell. You may find that you like the way its pop-up lists and use of backslash and space to select completions works. It doesn't solve the problem of no trailing backslash, but the author says that the issue is with the way Powershell works.