Today we will explore How to Check the PowerShell Version? There are some commands which we can refer to check the PowerShell Version.

Before move on with the commands you just need to make sure you have powershell installed on your system and then you can Launch the PowerShell Console or PowerShell ISE

In this Quick Example Video We are Using PowerShell Console

Let’s see what the commands are and which is best for you?

You need to launch the PowerShell Console and run a command as “Get-Host”

PowerShell Vesrion - Get-Help

PowerShell Vesrion – Get-Help

Then You can Run Command as “$PSVersionTable”

PowerShell Vesrion - PSVersionTable

PowerShell Vesrion – PSVersionTable

At Last You can run a Command as “$PSVersionTable.PSVersion”

PowerShell Vesrion - PSVersionTable

PowerShell Vesrion – PSVersionTable

Get-Host just shows you the version of the host (i.e. of Console.Exe). To see the version of PowerShell, use the built in variable: $PSVersionTable.

Also Let me know if you have any issue running above commands and also let me know if want to create any further example blog post or video on PowerShell.

Thanks to My Viewers – Enjoy Windows PowerShell

 

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