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If I open up a powershell window from the start menu and move it around, when I close it and start it up again, the Powershell window starts in the same position that it started in last time, as opposed to in the position that I closed it in. If I repeat the same thing with notepad, notepad opens in the same position that I closed it in.

Can anybody explain this behavior to me? How can I change where a PowerShell window will open next time?

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  • Powershell terminal properties, which @DavidPostill just answered with, with another alternative being ConEmu, which allows you to fully customize the terminal in its entirety.
    – JW0914
    Dec 24, 2020 at 12:45
  • Check if this can help with you:stackoverflow.com/questions/61231739/…
    – Candy
    Dec 25, 2020 at 6:54

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How can I change where a PowerShell window will open next time?

  • Open PowerShell

  • Click on the PowerShell icon at the left end of the title bar

  • Click Defaults

  • Click Layout

  • Enter Top and Left

  • Click OK

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  • Click Properties

  • Click Layout

  • Enter Top and Left

  • Click OK

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  • Restart PowerShell

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