Windows PowerShell V2 Community Technology Preview 3 (CTP3)

It’s been a long time. However, CTP3 is out.

Selected New and Updated Features in Windows PowerShell V2 CTP3
(Please refer to Release Notes and Help topics for more details)

# PowerShell Remoting

# Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE)

# 63 New Cmdlets

# Modules

# Script Debugging

# Advanced Functions

# PowerShell Class API


get-command works again. For some reason CTP2 didn’t list any cmdlets on my machine. I guess CTP3 is pretty much final.

//Update 2009/02/09

He actually explains why the help didn’t work on CTP2, so if you are interested in constructive explanation over my senseless rambling, read this.


  1. 1 no need to [bash] « adrift

    […] as delighted as I’m stunned that there wasn’t any trouble so […]


  2. 2 PowerSlow « adrift

    […] the point in releasing 1.0 now, after 2.0 is pretty much final? Oh, and after 1.0 exists for years? Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Remove the […]


  3. 3 Windows 7 Weirdness « adrift

    […] now, that were damned earlier. Windows 7 gets kudos for the PowerShell, which can be installed on every Windows down to XP… Okay, who expects this crowd to make sense… Although the media seems to spin these […]


  4. 4 Vista’s Seven « adrift

    […] 1.0 is now present as default, while it’s installed 2 times after an upgrade, when e.g. 2.0 CTP3 was already on the machine. One can’t have enough POWER, I guess. Transparency is everywhere, […]


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