In Windows 7, when you pin an application to the taskbar, you can right-click on it to display a "jump list". For example, Windows Media Player displays your recent playlists and some common tasks.
If you pin PowerShell, the jump list is headed "Tasks" and has "Run as Administrator", etc. on it.
One thing I find myself doing each time I log on is running PowerShell as Administrator, and then running a
VsVars command to set it up as a Visual Studio command prompt. On other occasions, I might want to run a different action on starting PowerShell.
Is there any way to customize the PowerShell jump list to run different scripts when I start PowerShell?