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How do I list folders and files using the PowerShell tree command? Is it possible to color format the output for distinct files and folders?

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    Similar to stackoverflow.com/questions/27447014/… – spikey_richie Nov 20 '17 at 9:11
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    See tree /?. "/F Display the names of the files in each folder." As for colors, superuser isn't a script writing service. If you're stuck with a specific problem and post your code, people here would love to help you. – root Nov 20 '17 at 14:23
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Simply use tree /F on any powershell instance to have the same behavior the normal tree on UNIX has.

The tree alone on Powershell shows only folders but not files in them.

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TREE Drive:\path /F

If command prompt or power shell are not recognizing 'tree', then:

Go to environment variables and change both the user variables and system variables "Path" to C:\Windows\System32 (Mine is C:\Windows\System32 ,Find yours using %systemroot%\System32)

Then open new power shell and give the above command. EX: enter image description here

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