Clearing Command and Buffer History in Powershell

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Clear Powershell’s last 10 commands:

clear-history -count 10 -newest

After executing that, use get-history to see what’s left…

Clear the console buffer by scripting F7+2:

[System.Windows.Forms.SendKeys]::Sendwait('%{F7 2}')

Try using the Up key to cycle through history — won’t happen.

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