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Powershell: Custom prompt using oh-my-posh

  1. Install a nerd font from
  2. Install oh-my-posh using winget
winget install oh-my-posh

// Close & reopen powershell window

// Check oh-my-posh version
oh-my-posh version

// Upgrade oh-my-posh using winget
winget upgrade oh-my-posh
  1. Install Terminal-Icons and import them for displaying.

// Open the current user profile:

// Add the following lines to the profile file:
Install-Module -Name Terminal-Icons -Repository PSGallery -Scope CurrentUser

Import-Module -Name Terminal-Icons

This will install Terminal-Icons and import them for displaying common icons with the PowerShell terminal.

  1. Initialize oh-my-posh with a theme i.e. amro in this case.
oh-my-posh init pwsh --config "$env:POSH_THEMES_PATH\amro.omp.json" | Invoke-Expression

Themes are available at: