We’re proud to announce the release of PowerShell 7.1, the latest major update to PowerShell 7. This release includes a number of improvements and fixes that build on top of the PowerShell 7.0 release in March and the recent GA release of .NET 5. Since then, the PowerShell Team (and many of you, our community contributors, thank you!) have been hard at work addressing some of the community’s top bug reports and feature requests.Joey Aiello
PowerShell 7 is the modern, cross-platform edition of PowerShell built on top of .NET 5+ (formerly .NET Core). PowerShell 7 offers cross-platform support on Linux, macOS, and Windows, SSH-based remoting, parallelization, Docker containers, new operators and language features, and a massive long tail of small improvements and bug fixes.
To see a full list of features and fixes, see https://devblogs.microsoft.com/powershell/announcing-powershell-7-1/.