PowerShell 2.0 One Step Closer to Final Release

Microsoft has just released the second Community Technology Preview (CTP) for Windows PowerShell 2.0. You can find the announcement and current links in the Windows PowerShell Blog. This release isn't intended for production use, but it's fully functional and gives you a sneak peek at features available in the next release of PowerShell. Among the more interesting improvements are a graphical console that assists in script editing and separates your input and data output; support for remote PowerShell use; event-driven PowerShell scripts; and module-based partitioning for groups of PowerShell scripts.

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