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VersionIncluded with WindowsNotesRelease Date
1XP / Server 2008@Nov 01, 2006
27 / Server 2008 R2@Nov 01, 2009
38 / Server 2012@Aug 01, 2012
48.1 / Server 2012 R2@Nov 01, 2013
510 / Server 2016 Tech Preview@Dec 16, 2015
5.110 Anniversary edition / Server 2016@Jan 27, 2017


Windows PowerShell is a shell and scripting component of the Windows Management Framework, an automation/configuration management framework from Microsoft built on the .NET Framework. PowerShell is installed by default on all supported versions of Windows client and server operating systems since Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2. Powershell can be updated at any time by downloading a later version of the Windows Management Framework (WMF). The “Alpha” version of PowerShell 6 is cross-platform (Windows, Linux, and OS X) and needs to be downloaded and installed from this release page.

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