As the title says, an easy way to find out the path of a program/command on Windows using PowerShell can be done with Get-Command cmdlet.

For example, I want to find out where I had installed nvim (Neovim) on a rarely use Windows machine. To do this, I can execute the following command:

❯ Gt-Command nvim

CommandType     Name                                               Version    Source
-----------     ----                                               -------    ------
Application     nvim.exe                                     C:\Program Files\Neovim\bin\nvim.exe

With PowerShell, we can also just print a specific attribute (?) of an object.

❯ (Get-Comand nvim).Path
C:\Program Files\Neovim\bin\nvim.exem

You can read more about this here.

As a bonus, here is another way to list the path of a program:

❯ where.exe nvim
C:\Program Files\Neovim\bin\nvim.exe