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In this blog post, I cover a simple command that you can use in Powershell to open File Explorer in the current directory.
What is the current directory in Powershell?
The current directory in Powershell can be called “.”. You can see this, for example when opening files. If you want to start a Powershell script in the current directory, you would open Powershell and enter:
How to open the File Explorer in the current directory from Powershell
If you want to open the Windows File Explorer in the current directory from Powershell, you can use the Invoke-Item command.
For simplicity, you can also run the short version “ii” from a Powershell window:
Once you’ve entered the command in Powershell, it should open Windows File Explorer: