Execute multiple Powershell commands on one line

To execute multiple commands in Windows PowerShell (a scripting language of Microsoft Windows), simply use a semicolon.

An example can be this:

Stop-Process -Name notepad; Move-Item c:\pdf1\*.zip c:\pdf2


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6 thoughts on “Execute multiple Powershell commands on one line

  1. Hi, I want to run 3 powershell scripts in sequence while each powershell has its own action and consecutive script should run when previous script is done running. can you please suggest how to achieve that ?

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