The developers behind PowerShell released a handful of tools and new functionality to improve how you work with PowerShell. I write about four additions you should consider for your everyday PowerShell usage over at the TechTarget website.
The extensibility aspect of PowerShell is among its many strengths. These PowerShell add-ons can help you be more efficient and offer many customization options. The new features range from user-interface tweaks, such as adding color, to opening up the PowerShell prompt to the artificial intelligence capabilities of the Azure cloud for easier script development.
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The article discusses The PSStyle variable, the PSReadLine Module, the AZ Predictor module and the new Out-Gridline view. To read the full article, please visit TechTarget and read the article there!