PowerShell Core 6.1 Expected at the End of the Month with only 65% Backward Compatibility

According to the PowerShell Core 6.1 Roadmap published earlier this year on Microsoft’s verified blog, we were supposed to expect a mass release of the cross-platform PowerShell Core 6.1 sometime before the end of July this year. It is apparent, however, that PowerShell Core 6.1 has not yet been released as per schedule, but Microsoft has indicated that users can now expect it to be available on the mass scale before the end of this month. In addition to this off schedule release, Microsoft also warns that some of the features may hash out to users delayed as the whole project is running behind schedule.

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