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Good afternoon I need help to download Windows powershell

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Good afternoon I need help to download Windows powershell in the latest version how something I say right away that I have Windows 11 in beta on the channel Windows insider how something no I downloaded myself Windows terminal Preview version and I also played myself Windows powershell Preview version and my Windows 11 is in beta on channel undisclosed testers I know that I repeat myself a little but you know what I mean and I have a question if I could ask for instructions on how I can download a change of Windows powershell in the latest version thank you in advance for any help if anything I will also give you at the bottom of what page I went to in order to download Windows powershell Preview  GitHub 

 
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The Stable version link is the starting point, (https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell) you could use that as the first installation if it's not already in the OS version. Personally I use the winget method https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/scripting/install/installing-powershell-on-windows?view=... 

 

But.. Since PowerShell 7.2 it automatically updates itself using Windows Update

 

Support for Microsoft Update in PowerShell 7.2

PowerShell 7.2 has support for Microsoft Update. When you enable this feature, you'll get the latest PowerShell 7 updates in your traditional Microsoft Update (MU) management flow, whether that's with Windows Update for Business, WSUS, SCCM, or the interactive MU dialog in Settings.

The PowerShell 7.2 MSI package includes following command-line options:

  • USE_MU - This property has two possible values:
    • 1 (default) - Opts into updating through Microsoft Update, WSUS, or SCCM
    • 0 - Do not opt into updating through Microsoft Update, WSUS, or SCCM
  • ENABLE_MU
    • 1 (default) - Opts into using Microsoft Update for Automatic Updates
    • 0 - Do not opt into using Microsoft Update

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/scripting/install/installing-powershell-on-windows?view=...