How to save command output to file using Command Prompt or PowerShell

On Windows 10, the ability to save the output of a PowerShell or Command Prompt command to a text file can come in handy in many scenarios. For example, when you're troubleshooting a problem, it's a convenient way to export and analyze the command output, or you can share the output with someone else who can help. You can print a command output to a text file to save system configurations for documentation purposes, and more.

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