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What's the simple way that I cau use to detect the current PowerShell version I use on the current machine? I need before running the PowerShell script check if it's compatiable with the current PowerShell version or not? How can I get Get current PowerShell Version?


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How to get the current PowerShell Version?

To get the current PowerShell Version, you should run one of the below cmdlets:

  1. Host
  2. $PSVersionTable

1) Using "Host" to detect the current PowerShell Version

  1. Open Windows PowerShell.
  2. Type "Host"

Output
what's the current PowerShell Version

2) Using "$PSVersionTable" to detect the current PowerShell Version

  1. Open Windows PowerShell.
  2. Type "$PSVersionTable.PSVersion"

Output
Which PowerShell Version I currently use

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