Bugs me that I can't exit a Powershell window by hitting ctrl-D in .

It's more disruptive to my workflow than I'd have expected. Every time I try it, I spend a few moments staring at the screen in confusion, believing the world has gone mad.

@mike Don't I know it...

has driven me crazy for 10 years now.

@mike I've found that ctrl-x ctrl-s happens to work in Word as long as no text is selected, but it doesn't work as well when I try to exit with ctrl-x ctrl-c.

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