PowerShell Integrated Console on VSCode – Show On Startup

I preferably use Visual Studio Code for my PowerShell scripting and it has the PowerShell extension along with intellisense and syntax highlighting, PowerShell integrated console as well, however I will use Windows PowerShell to execute the commands. VSCode has an option to show the PowerShell console on startup by default, and it annoys me a bit, so I decided to disable that option…

Open VSCode, go to File -> Preferences -> Settings or click on Manage VSCode-Manage button on Side Bar then select Settings or simply use the shortcut ‘Ctrl+,’ then search for ‘PowerShell Integrated Console Show On Startup’ option in the settings and you will see the option below, just uncheck the option highlighted below to diable the console from your next start.


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