Microsoft has announced PowerShell 7, which will be cross-platform

Written 1 week ago by IanDorfman

Microsoft has announced that version 7 of PowerShell, the company's command-line shell and associated scripting language, is in active development.

In the post announcing the next version of Powershell to be 7 instead of 6.3, Principal Software Engineer Manager for PowerShell Steve Lee stated that work will be done to ensure support cross-platform automation across Small Windows 10 iconWindows 10, Small macOS iconmacOS, and Small Linux kernel iconLinux kernel operating systems while retaining "a very high level of compatibility" with existing PowerShell modules.

Lee stated that the first preview build of Small PowerShell iconPowerShell 7 is targeting a May release, with general availability "some time after the GA of .NET Core 3.0."

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