PowerShell is a friend with old console commands, so the easiest way of displaying the tree structure of a folder is the old “tree” command. It works best in a native PowerShell console because editors often use a different character set. Try this:

 
PS> Tree $home 
 

Just make sure you are running this command in a native PowerShell console or VSCode. You can then pipe the result to clip.exe and paste it in documentation documents:

 
PS> Tree $home | clip.exe 
 

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