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For me PowerShell tab auto-completion is much better than my Terminal console in Linux. Is there a way to configure this?

For example

usr@Ubuntu:~/esp/esp-idf$ ls -ahl
drwxrwxr-x 16 usr usr 4.0K Sep 11 19:57 examples
-rw-rw-r--  1 usr usr 2.1K Sep 11 19:57 export.bat
-rw-rw-r--  1 usr usr 2.5K Sep 11 19:57 export.fish
-rw-rw-r--  1 usr usr 2.8K Sep 11 19:57 export.ps1
-rw-rw-r--  1 usr usr 4.9K Sep 11 19:57 export.sh

usr@Ubuntu:~/esp/esp-idf$ cd *port*       <tab> -->
usr@Ubuntu:~/esp/esp-idf$ cd export.bat   <tab> -->
usr@Ubuntu:~/esp/esp-idf$ cd export.fish

In powershell I can do cd ex <tab> and it will autocomplete with the first one of the list, then I can press <tab> agan and it will change it to the second of the list. I can also do cd *ex*sh and it will find something that matches that. It can go even further and do cd es*/es*/ex*.sh <tab> and it will auto-complete to cd esp/esp-idf/export.sh

My memory is really bad and I don't remember the exact case sensitive name of all directories, but I have an idea of what they contain, so for me that autocompletion is really fast and useful

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