PowerTip: Use Show-Command to Obtain a Floatable Command Window
Summary: Use the Show-Command cmdlet Windows PowerShell cmdlet to obtain a floatable command window.
How can I see the parameters for a cmdlet at the same time as I am trying to write a script in Windows PowerShell 3.0?
Use the Show-Command cmdlet. It is smart enough to even use aliases. This appears here (to show the command syntax for the Get-Process cmdlet).