Tip, PowerShell SHIFT + TAB

So, using PowerShell for years now, last night while watching a course off microsoftvirtualacademy.com, I had come across a new tip. One that had made my heart flutter and awakening me from the edge of slumber. Anyone familiar with PowerShell had probably come across the ability to cycle through commands with TAB but, “How about cycling in reverse?”

Periodically, having to quickly TAB through GET- or SET- commands, usually had meant inadvertently skipping over the right entry. Then, you were left partially annoyed having to interrupt the search with  CNTRL + C

The remedy for this quandary for going back in time through PowerShell commands was simply utilizing SHIFT + TAB

That, I had found worth repeating few times.

SHIFT + TAB

SHIFT + TAB

SHIFT + TAB

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