At the end of 2017, Microsoft shipped PowerShell Core 6.0. PowerShell Core is built on top of .NET Core and is cross-platform, available on Windows, MacOS, and Linux thanks to the cross-platform nature of .NET Core. This session is all about what you should know about this new version of PowerShell. You'll learn what you can and can't do with this new version and what's the difference between this and the old version of PowerShell (5.1).
You will learn:
- What's the difference between PowerShell Core 6 and PowerShell 5.1
- How to install and use this new version
- How to use existing scripts and modules