The Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) is one of two hosts for the Windows PowerShell engine and language. With it you can write, run, and test scripts in ways that are not available in the Windows PowerShell Console. The ISE adds syntax-coloring, tab completion, IntelliSense, visual debugging, and context sensitive Help.
The ISE lets you run commands in a console pane, but it also supports panes that you can use to simultaneously view the source code of your script and other tools that can plug into the ISE. You can even open up multiple script windows at the same time, which is especially helpful when you are debugging a script that uses functions defined in other scripts or modules.
If you have 64-bit Windows 10 installed, there may be times you want to edit a PS1 file with the 32-bit Windows PowerShell ISE (x86) instead of the 64-bit Windows PowerShell ISE.
This tutorial will show you how to add or remove a Edit with PowerShell ISE (x86) as administrator context menu for PS1 files for all users in Windows 10.