This post is a quick guide on how you can open your current folder in PowerShell.
Invoke-Item “performs the default action on the specified item”. In this case, it’s being used to open my current working directory (.) and opens Windows Explorer for the dir.
Invoke-Item can also be called with just ‘ii’, and you can specify a file and file-path. I’m running a small .ps1 script with the following:
## ps script to open the current folder write-output 'Opening current folder...' ii .
That’s about it for this one.