Permanently setting Windows environment variables from scripts (e.g. PowerShell)

To permanently set Windows environment variables (e.g. PATH) from a (PowerShell) script, you can use setx or Set-ItemProperty like this (for the current user):

setx VARIABLE value
Set-ItemProperty -Path 'Registry::HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Environment' -Name VARIABLE -Value "value"

And here is the result:

Setting Environment Variables From A Script

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