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    Yes, you can save all the commands you run and their output to a file in PowerShell — Here's how to do it on Windows 10.
    On Windows 10, if you work with PowerShell commands and scripts regularly, you probably want to keep a record of those commands and the output you see on the screen to a text file for troubleshooting or documentation purposes.

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    03-18-2019 06:11 AM

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