Hey there! If you’re like me, you’ve probably found yourself wondering how to check what version of PowerShell you’re currently running. Well, you’re in luck because I’ve got just the information you need to find out. Let’s dive into the nitty-gritty details of checking your PowerShell version!
Checking the PowerShell Version
First things first, to check your PowerShell version, you’ll need to open up your PowerShell console. You can do this by searching for “PowerShell” in the Windows search bar and selecting the app.
Once you have your PowerShell console open, you can simply type in the following command:
This command will display the version of PowerShell that you have installed on your system. It will show you the major and minor version numbers, as well as the build and revision numbers.
If you’re interested in more detailed information about your PowerShell installation, you can also utilize the following command:
Running this command will provide you with information about the version of PowerShell, the edition, and the runtime installed on your system.
So there you have it! Checking the version of PowerShell is a simple process that can be done using just a couple of commands in the PowerShell console. Now you can easily keep track of which version of PowerShell you’re working with. Happy scripting!