Update PowerShell for Windows 7 and Windows 8 with PSReadLine and WMF 5.1

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Update PowerShell for Windows 7 and Windows 8 with PSReadLine and WMF 5.1

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Update PowerShell for Windows 7 and Windows 8 with PSReadLine and WMF 5.1 This video is all about how to improve your PowerShell experience when you are using Windows 7 and Windows 8. We cover how to install the Windows Management Framework 5.1 or WMF. This gets you the latest and greatest version of PowerShell.

With PowerShell 5.1 in place, you then use NuGet to install the PSReadLine Module. This PowerShell module provides for color coding of cmdlets and a better command line experience.

Video 1 on PowerShell for Beginners is here:
https://youtu.be/IHrGresKu2w

Video 2 on manipulating objects is here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9xPJXslVWE

Playlist with everything PowerShell
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCGGtLsUjhm2k22nFHHdupAK0hSNZVfXi

Download WMF 5.1 (Thanks David)
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=54616

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15 thoughts on “Update PowerShell for Windows 7 and Windows 8 with PSReadLine and WMF 5.1

  1. Thanks a lot man! I had already upgraded my powershell version but was wondering why the interface (colors and stuff) wasnt working like it does in windows 10, if it wasn't for you I would never know about the psreadline module. Much appreciated!

  2. G'Day Shane.
    Thanks for this mate! We are currently stuck with Win7 @work so this video has helped me immeasurably. I'm now going to continue with your newbies series during lunch breaks and at home.
    Cheers,
    Mike

  3. Please do an updated version of this video that covers how to change the colors of PSReadLine

    UPDATE: I found that my Microsoft.Powershell_Profile where I was setting certain colors already, was in conflict with PSReadLine. I also found a site from Google that showed how to change
    StringForegroundColor from DarkCyan (which makes following along with you in your videos a royal pain) to the much brighter Green.

    I will have to play around with the color a bit, but at least PSReadLine is slowly getting more usable.

    The site I found: https://superuser.com/questions/676140/how-to-set-colors-in-psreadline-in-powershell

    UPDATE 2: Screw it; this sux muddy water through a coffee stir straw! Even though adding these two lines to my profile sets the colors, it's still the default when I force an error to test
    Set-PSReadlineOption -ErrorForegroundColor White
    Set-PSReadlineOption -ErrorBackgroundColor Red

    So, it is time to remove this module from my computer; and if this is the default in Win10; I need to find a way to remove it from my home computer.

  4. I'm a complete newbie and have 2.0 on my win 7. Most of this video is over my head and my installer only got halfway thru and quit for some reason.I thought it would be a good idea to do the upgrade first and then learn PS.Any suggestions?

  5. After installing the Framework, and running powershell after restart, it says "Cannot load PSReadline module. Console is running without PSReadline."

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