Get all parameters of a command

I often use Get-Help command  in PowerShell to discover the usage of a specific command. Sometimes I merely want to know the parameters which belong to command. In this case the Get-Help is slow. Instead of it you can use the next Keyboard shortcut:

 

<CTRL> + <SPACE>

 

Example:

Type: “Start-Process -” then use the shortcut. Result:

ctrl_space

 

 

From now on you can speed up scripting. Good luck! 🙂

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