The Creators Update are a few changes to the Power User Windows 10 menu (accessible by right-clicking the Start menu or the Windows + X keyboard shortcut), which is to remove the command prompt and Command (admin) allows users to quickly open a new window.
Instead, there are now options for Windows PowerShell and Windows PowerShell (Admin). Let’s look at the differences between PowerShell and Command Prompt, and we’ll explain how to get back to the command prompt power user menu.
What is the difference between the PowerShell and command prompt?
Command prompt is something that is familiar to many Windows users. It is based on the same DOS commands used forever on DOS systems, and is therefore limited in what it can, especially for system administrators and advanced users. For most Windows users, any Quick Orders they might need.
Windows PowerShell, on the other hand, is designed for more advanced applications, such as Edit Recording. PowerShell cmdlets used, similar to normal command-line commands. However, these cmdlets can provide an output signal that is input to the input of another cmdlet, in which, in essence, a series of commands to manipulate the same data. The result is both a shell command line and scripting language.
How to replace the PowerShell with Command Prompt
If PowerShell does not look like something you are working with, but you use Command Prompt to check your fast IP address or perform other tasks, you can return to the Power User Prompt menu.
- Right-click on the Start menu.
- Click Settings.
- Click Personalization.
- Click the taskbar.
- Click the Switch below Replace Command Prompt with Windows Powershell.
That’s all there is to it. The next click will return to the right on the Start menu or the Windows Key Keyboard shortcut X command prompt where it was originally in the Power User menu.
Are you happy that PowerShell is the standard Power User menu, or do you choose command prompt? Let us know in the comments