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DSC Resource Kit Release October 2019
This release includes updates to 9 DSC resource modules. In the past 6 weeks, 91 pull requests have been merged and 41 issues have been closed, all thanks to our amazing community!
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PowerShell 7 Preview 5
Today we shipped PowerShell 7 Preview5! This release contains a number of new features and many bug fixes from both the community as well as the PowerShell team. See the Release Notes for all the details of what is included in this release. We are still on track to have one more preview release next month in November. Then, barring any
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DSC Resource Kit Release September 2019
We just released the DSC Resource Kit!

This release includes updates to 15 DSC resource modules. In the past 6 weeks, 160 pull requests have been merged and 68 issues have been closed, all thanks to our amazing community!
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PowerShell 7 Preview 4
We continue to make progress towards our PowerShell 7 release which currently is targeting December 2019 for a Release Candidate and January 2020 for General Availability and will be our first LTS (Long Term Servicing) release! Please see the previous blog post on Preview 3 for more details about LTS and also Windows PowerShell compatib
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Updating Help for older versions of PowerShell
PowerShell's Updatable Help system was introduced in PowerShell 3.0. It was designed to assure that you always have the newest help topics on your local computer so that you can read them at the command line. Help was updated with every new release and periodically between releases. For you, the end user, the Update-Help cmdlet makes it easy
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Release of PowerShell Script Analyzer (PSScriptAnalyzer) 1.18.2
In keeping with the tradition of releasing improvements to PSScriptAnalyzer more often, we're happy to announce that 1.18.12 is now available! As a dependency of PowerShell Editor Services (a module used by editor extensions like the PowerShell Visual Studio Code extension), this release is motivated by a desire to further stabilize our edit
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PowerShell ForEach-Object Parallel Feature
PowerShell ForEach-Object Parallel Feature PowerShell 7.0 Preview 3 is now available with a new ForEach-Object Parallel Experimental feature. This feature is a great new tool for parallelizing work, but like any tool, it has its uses and drawbacks. This article describes this new feature, how it works, when to use it and when not to. Wh
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New Telemetry in PowerShell 7 Preview 3
Beginning in PowerShell 7 Preview 3, PowerShell will be sending some additional data points to Microsoft. This data will allow us to better understand usage of PowerShell and enable us to prioritize our future investments. These additional points of data were reviewed with the PowerShell community and approved by the PowerShell Committee
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PowerShell 7 Preview 3
PowerShell 7 Preview 3 In May, we published our PowerShell 7 Roadmap. We have been making progress on our roadmap and are currently on track to have a Generally Available (GA) release by end of this calendar year. Long Term Servicing PowerShell 7 GA will also be our first Long Term Servicing (LTS) release which is a change from our curren
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Out-GridView Returns
Out-GridView Returns! It's been almost 3 years since PowerShell Core debuted for Linux and Mac, and as we've increased our cmdlet coverage more and more, one cmdlet has always stood out as a top, cross-platform request. Today, we are excited to announce that Out-GridView is debuting on all Core-supported platforms through the GraphicalTools