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  1. How to replace powershell with powershell core? I just installed powershell core and i want...

    /u/Rediikid, Dec 7, 2019
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  2. DaveM121 Win User

    PowerShell Core Question

    PowerShell Core installs side by side with Powershell on Windows, and is officially supported on the following platforms in all Editions (Home, Pro, Enterprise):

    Windows 7, 8.1, and 10

    Another great plus is that Powershell Core is cross platform . . .
     
    DaveM121, Dec 7, 2019
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  3. PowerShell Core Question

    Hi,i just found out that PowerShell core now exists, so my question is if one day a now major windows 10 update will eventually see the official release of PowerShell core where it's standard on windows 10,since its not intended to replace windows PowerShell,and
    it will be working alongside the main windows PowerShell,i went and downloaded the 6.1.0 pre-release,also,can I run this on the home edition of windows 10,or is only for the pro and enterprise edition,and should I wait instead of installing it until its officially
    releases and integrated into windows?
     
    DylanTurnerZH, Dec 7, 2019
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  4. Nobody99 Win User

    How to replace powershell with powershell core? I just installed powershell core and i want...

    Nobody99, Dec 7, 2019
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