PowerShell v7 preview 6 has arrived – https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases
Its the last preview, as the Release candidate should appear next month, so this version is a good indication of what’ll be available in PowerShell v7.
Test-Connection finally works properly and is usable
Some graphical based cmdlets are now available
A number of other cmdlets return:
Get- , Set-Clipboard (now cross platform)
Some of these are Windows only as the features don’t exist on other platforms
New experimental features include the null-conditional operators and using non-compatible Windows PowerShell modules in PowerShell core (no more WindowsCompatibility module)
I’ll look at some these in more depth in future posts.
I’ll try and put together a summary of all the major changes between PowerShell v6.2 and v7