PowerShell displays environment variables, one line for each. If a variable has a long enough value, it is truncated, and appended an ellipsis: > gci env: Name Value ...
I have a strange behavior with the environment variables at my Windows XP SP3. When I logon as Administrator, the %SystemRoot% strings in PATH are substituted to C:\WINDOWS, the > value of the ...
A bit of important background: my company has a generic login VBS script that makes modifications to the user PATH environment variable upon login and allows me to run software that has dependencies ...
I'm using the GitHub for Windows application. Lately I've noticed that starting a PowerShell console from within the GitHub application takes ages. After some digging I've found that the slow command ...
I'm going to start off by saying that I'm not particularly good with either git or Windows. However, I've been successfully using msysgit on Windows 7 for a while now, keeping track of a number of ...
Say I have a user environment variable named p and it's value is the path where I store my projects. In Command Prompt you can use them to quickly access a particular directory from anywhere on the ...
I have an environment variable set via "system properties -> advanced -> Environment Variables". I modified the variable's value. In cmd, I see the new value. In PowerShell, the value is still the old ...
How do I change my default home directory to "C:\Users\khornsby" for every time I open powershell? I am running Windows 7. Below is info about the state of my environment. Windows PowerShell ...