How to Export a PowerShell Script/Cmdlet Output to a Text File

If you want to write the output of a PowerShell command or a script to a file, you can make use of the Out-File cmdlet from the Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility module.

Get-Process | Out-File -FilePath "C:\path\to\output.txt"

Example on PowerShell 7.2 on macOS:
Example Export PowerShell Command Output to a Text File

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