If you're a PowerShell-user that manually run a script or bind an alias every time you open PowerShell, then there is a file you really should know about. It's the PowerShell profile-file (or actually, six profile-files).
I use the profile-file for Current User in the console located here:
When you've ensured that this file is created you can enter PowerShell-scripts that will run every time you're opening your PowerShell-console.
For example you can create an PowerShell-
alias for the
git-command to work with just using
set-alias g git
Now I can just type
g status and save many, many seconds during a long week of Git-usage.