Microsoft has issued a minor update to PowerShell 7, the newest version of the Windows scripting language. It contains a few bug fixes.
PowerShell 7, also known as PowerShell Core, is a cross-platform scripting solution available on Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
PowerShell 7 now utilizes .NET Core 3.1, but keeps backward compatibility with modules previously available for the classic PowerShell product. Also, PowerShell introduces a new argument,
-UseWindowsPowerShell, to force run a cmdlet under the classic engine.
What's new in PowerShell 7.0.3
- Remove dependency on DNS for Test-Connection tests on macOS (#12943)
Build and Packaging Improvements
Update .NET Core to 3.1.6 (Internal 12005)
- Fix Azure file copy issues in release build by fixing the path to upload directory content (#13182)
- Update .NET Core to 3.1.6 (Internal 12005)
- Fix Azure file copy break in AzDevOps by updating task version to latest (#13173)
- Download PowerShell 7.0.3
- How To Install PowerShell 7 in Windows 10
- Add or Remove PowerShell 7 Open Here Context Menu in Windows 10
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