Hello, I am to powershell and not sure how what command to use to list or display all environment variables using powershell? Thanks.
You can simply use below powershell command to list environment variables, with name/value
gci env:* | sort-object name
Output of the above powershell command will be as below
You can simply use below command
If you need filtered output, you can use below command
gci env: | where name -like 'Java*'
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