Projects in PowerGUI Script Editor

Adam’s latest add-on gave me something I wanted to have in the script editor for a long time – the project tree where I can easily access files for each of my PowerShell projects, conveniently grouped together in a hierarchy.

1. Just unzip the add-on to your Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules folder.

2. Turn it on in File / PowerShell Libraries / Add-on.ScriptExplorer.

3. And start creating folders and adding files to them (multiselect works!🙂

Download the new add-on here and leave your comments on the add-on page or Adam’s blog to let him know what you think!

1 Response to “Projects in PowerGUI Script Editor”


  1. 1 Vadims Podans October 12, 2010 at 6:04 am

    Thanks! Extremely valuable add-on for the project that contains many and many files!


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