This is a blast from the past. PowerGUI 3.8 was released in 2013. I worked for Quest at the time PowerGUI was in its prime and have some fond memories as it. PowerShell Tools for Visual Studio even started
PowerShell 7 is the way forward for PowerShell. The PowerShell team is no longer investing in Windows PowerShell 5.1 or the PowerShell ISE. It’s recommended that you should upgrade to the newest versions to get
Visual Studio: Fixed Crash During Start up or Solution Load
There was a race condition between the PowerShell host starting and the gRPC client being available to set the location of the REPL window. This would cause a crash when VS
Visual Studio: Hang when running command-line tools
Command-line tools that used the error stream (like git.exe) would cause a hang in the PowerShell debugger.
Visual Studio: Fixed Aggressive Extension Loading
The PoshTools extension was loading aggressively. It would load even when no PowerShell solution or interactive window was open.
Visual Studio: Fixed exception in script analyzer
When Visual Studio was loading, the script analyzer would attempt to
Fixed issues with Copy command in PowerShell Interactive Window
An error would be show if right clicking to copy from the interactive window. Attempting to copy text that was not part of the command line would fail to copy.
Added system requirements
Automated web testing is helpful when you want to validate a web application as a whole. It shouldn’t be the base of your testing pyramid as web testing can be difficult to