Get back to your scripts fast

Starting with version 1.9 PowerGUI can maintain your editor workspace between the sessions.

So if you are in the middle of your script development and your Windows wants to reboot:

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You can go ahead and close the script editor and just ask it to save the tabs before quitting:

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And next time you start PowerGUI Script Editor – all your tabs, panes layout, and even breakpoints and bookmarks are magically the way they were:

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And you can obviously make saving the tabs a default at any time from Tools/Options:

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Happy PowerShell scripting!🙂

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1 Response to “Get back to your scripts fast”


  1. 1 Alan Renouf August 13, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    Thats cool, no more leaving my terminal service session open all night.


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