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Any way to double-click on .PS1 file & open them in PowerShell?

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I have my_project.ps1 file from which I am activating virtual environment & starting my project.

currently I need to open my powershell then after I need to go to directory where I have saved my .ps1 file & have to open it from powershell only.

Is there any way so that I can double click on .ps1 file & it will open automatically in power shell ?
<p>I have my_project.ps1 file from which I am activating virtual environment & starting my project.</p>

<p>currently I need to open my powershell then after I need to go to directory where I have saved my .ps1 file & have to open it from powershell only.</p>

<p>Is there any way so that I can double click on .ps1 file & it will open automatically in power shell ? </p>
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