Microsoft releases first preview of PowerShell 7


“This first preview contains some of the changes that didn’t make it in time for the 6.2 GA release, and marks our move to .NET Core 3.0,” Steve Lee, a principal software engineering manager, PowerShell Team announced in a blog post. “We will be changing the support life-cycle to align with .NET Core. This means that we expect PowerShell 7 to be generally available (GA) about a month after .NET Core 3.0 GA.”

PowerShell 7 works across all the operating systems (Linux, macOS and Windows), mainly focused on the Windows based PowerShell users who are not frequently upgrading and using the PowerShell framework as much as the Linux users.

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