Microsoft has released new PowerShell 5.1 cmdlets to let IT pros assess the performance of Microsoft Defender Antivirus.
Microsoft has released two PowerShell modules that make it easier to invoke scripted processes requiring passcodes (or "secrets") to work.
PowerShell Crescendo, a new module for PowerShell that aims to wrap so-called "native" utility applications via the familiar verb-noun syntax used in PowerShell cmdlets, is now available for preview.
PowerShell 7.1, touted by Microsoft as a "major update" to the scripting language, reached general availability this week.
IT pros using Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager now have access to a new Community Hub feature, Microsoft announced this week.
PowerShell 7 has reached the "general availability" (GA) stage, Microsoft announced this week, after being in the "release candidate" stage since December.
Microsoft recently opened up about its upcoming PowerShell Secrets Management Module, which is designed to give organizations a better way to secure and share PowerShell scripts.