Windows 10: How to modify column width for powershell command results

Discus and support How to modify column width for powershell command results in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; This link displayed a powershell command to view drivers: How to check device driver versions on Windows 10 | Windows Central Windows PowerShell... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by zbook, Jan 15, 2020.

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    How to modify column width for powershell command results


    This link displayed a powershell command to view drivers:
    How to check device driver versions on Windows 10 | Windows Central

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    How do you run the get-windowsdriver command?

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    zbook, Jan 15, 2020
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  2. Column Width in List View in File Explorer

    I went through all of the above steps, but sadly this doesn't work when viewing folders in *list* view. Any idea how to adjust the column widths there?

    Up until a couple of months ago the column widths were always simply equal to the longest name in the column or the longest name in the folder. Now there is a couple of extra centimetres in there for no discernible reason.
     
    RichLehmann, Jan 15, 2020
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  3. Column Width in List View in File Explorer

    You can manually adjust the widths for each by placing your mouse cursor on the line separating each detail and you will see a > I or + <, then hold down left mouse button and slide left or right.


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    seahawks65, Jan 15, 2020
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  4. How to modify column width for powershell command results

    Excel column width

    Is there an easy way to change the column width on Excel using WP7? I copy files over from my PC where the data fits inside the column width but when I open on WP7 I see "xxxxxxxxx" in the column meaning the data won't fit. I've tried moving columns with
    my fingernail after enlarging the spreadsheet but can't get it to do anything. Is the only approach to make the columns wider on the PC version first?
     
    buzzzqwert, Jan 15, 2020
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