Download PowerShell 7.3.5 & 7.2.12 LTS (Offline Installers)

Windows PowerShell 7.3.5 and PowerShell 7.2.12 LTS are now available for you to download. These releases include minor build and packaging improvements. You can download the latest versions of PowerShell from the direct download links shared below.

PowerShell can also be used to run scripts and automate and perform administrative tasks.

Continue down below to learn what is new in this release and then download it from the direct download links.

Changes and Improvements

PowerShell 7.3.5

  • [Build and Packaging Improvements]
    • Updated the ThirdPartyNotice.
    • Add PoolNames variable group to the compliance pipeline.
    • Updated cgmanifest.json.
    • Update to .NET 7.0.304.
    • Disable SBOM signing for CI and add extra files for packaging tests.
    • Increase timeout to make subsystem tests more reliable.
    • Increase the timeout when waiting for the event log.
    • Implement IDisposable in NamedPipeClient.
    • Always regenerate files wxs fragment.
    • Bump Microsoft.PowerShell.MarkdownRender.
    • Delete symbols on Linux as well.
    • Add prompt to fix conflict during backport.
    • Add backport function to release tools.
    • Add an explicit manual stage for changelog update.
    • Update the team member list in releaseTools.psm1.
    • Verify that packages have license data.
    • Fix the regex used for package name check-in vPack build.
    • Make the vPack PAT library more obvious.
    • Update the metadata.json to mark 7.3 releases as the latest for the stable channel.

PowerShell 7.2.12 LTS

  • [Build and Packaging Improvements]
    • Disable SBOM signing for CI and add extra files for packaging tests.
    • Update ThirdPartyNotices.
    • Update the cgmanifest.
    • Add PoolNames variable group to the compliance pipeline.
    • Add a tool to trigger license information gathering for NuGet modules.
    • Update to .NET 6.0.410.
    • Always regenerate files wxs fragment.
    • Add prompt to fix conflict during backport.
    • Add backport function to release tools.
    • Do not remove penimc_cor3.dll from the build.
    • Remove unnecessary native dependencies from the package.
    • Delete symbols on Linux as well.
    • Bump Microsoft.PowerShell.MarkdownRender.
    • Backport compliance changes.
    • Delete the charset regex test.
    • Fix the issue with the merge of 19068.
    • Update the team member list in releaseTools.psm1.
    • Verify that packages have license data.
    • Update experimental-feature.json.
    • Fix the regex used for package name check-in vPack build.
    • Make the vPack PAT library more obvious.
    • Add an explicit manual stage for changelog update.

Let us continue to see how to download and install PowerShell 7.3.5 or 7.2.12 LTS.

Download PowerShell 7.3.5

You can download PowerShell 7.3.5 from the direct download links below .

For Windows 11, 10, 8.1, and 7

PowerShell-7.3.5 for Windows 64-bit.msi [101 MB]

PowerShell-7.3.5 for Windows 32-bit.msi [93.1 MB]

For MacOS

PowerShell-7.3.5 for MacOS 64-bit.pkg [65.3 MB]

PowerShell-7.3.5 for MacOS ARM64.pkg [62.5 MB]

For Linux

PowerShell-7.3.5 for RedHat Linux.rpm [65.7 MB]

PowerShell-7.3.5 for Debian.deb [66.1 MB]

For more download options, please check out this download page.

Download PowerShell 7.2.12 LTS

You can download PowerShell 7.2.12 from the direct download links below.

For Windows 11, 10, 8.1, and 7

PowerShell-7.2.12 for Windows 64-bit.msi [101 MB]

PowerShell-7.2.12 for Windows 32-bit.msi [92.4 MB]

For MacOS

PowerShell-7.2.12 LTS for MacOS 64-bit.pkg [63.8 MB]

PowerShell-7.2.12 LTS for MacOS ARM64.pkg [60.3 MB]

For Linux

PowerShell-7.2.12 LTS for RedHat Linux.rpm [64.6 MB]

PowerShell-7.2.12 LTS for Debian.deb [65 MB]

For more download options, please check out this download page.

Install PowerShell 7.3.5 or 7.2.12 LTS

Here is how you can install Windows PowerShell on Windows 1110, 8.1, and Windows 7:

  1. Download and execute the respective MSI file from the links above.

    The installation wizard will now run.

  2. Click Next.

    PS 73 install 1
    Proceed
  3. Select the destination folder for the installation and click Next.

    PS 73 install 2
    Select installation directory
  4. Select the optional features you want to install and click Next.

    PS 73 install 3
    Select optional features to install

    Select the optional features to install, such as adding PowerShell to environment variables, enabling PowerShell remoting, adding PowerShell to the context menu, etc.

  5. Click Next.

    PS 73 install 4
    Leave default settings

    Leave default settings and proceed with the installation

  6. Click Install to begin the installation.

    PS 73 install 5
    Begin installation
  7. Once installed, click Finish.

    PS 73 install 6
    PS 7.3.2 installed
  8. Now type in “pwsh” in the Run Command box to confirm the installation.

    Check the installed PowerShell version
    Check the installed PowerShell version

Learn more about PowerShell and PowerShell Core. You can also download and install PowerShell over the network.

How to uninstall PowerShell

If you do not require PowerShell in the future then you may remove it from your computer. Here is how:

  1. Open the Programs & Features applet by typing in “appwiz.cpl” in the Run Command box.

    appwiz
    Open Programs & Features
  2. Right-click on the PowerShell version that you want to remove and then click Uninstall.

    Uninstall PowerShell
    Uninstall PowerShell

    If asked for confirmation, click Yes.

The selected version of PowerShell will now be removed from your computer.

Final Analysis

The stable release of PowerShell 7.3.5 does not have any significant improvements over its previous versions. However, it is a significant upgrade if you are using PowerShell 6 or any older versions. Either way, there would be no harm in upgrading right now.

Additionally, since it is a stable release, most of the glitches and kinks would have already been addressed.

If you are a coder, we would suggest that you always test out the recent PowerShell releases to keep up with the latest features and improvements.

PowerShell 7 Release History

Complete VersionRelease DateSignificant ImprovementsChangelog and Downloads
7.4.111-Jan-23General cmdlet and engine fixes, including rendering of DisplayRoot for PSDrive.PowerShell 7.4.1 complete changelog
7.3.1111-Jan-23Only includes build and packaging improvements, including a fix of the tab completion tests.PowerShell 7.3.11 complete changelog
7.4.016-Nov-23Updated versions of PSResourceGet and PSReadLine, tab completion, web cmdlets, and engine improvementsPowerShell 7.4.0 complete changelog
7.3.1016-Nov-23Added internal .NET SDK URL parameter to release pipeline, fixed release build by making the internal SDK parameter optionalPowerShell 7.3.10 complete changelog
7.3.926-Oct-23– General build and packaging improvementsPowerShell 7.3.9 complete changelog
7.3.810-Oct-23– General build and packaging improvementsPowerShell 7.3.8 complete changelog
7.3.613-Jul-23– General build and packaging improvementsPowerShell 7.3.6 complete changelog
7.3.517-Jun-23– Includes general build and packaging improvementsPowerShell 7.3.5 complete changelog
7.3.413-Apr-23– Includes engine updates and general build and packaging improvementsPowerShell 7.3.4 complete changelog
7.3.323-Feb-23– General build and packaging improvementsPowerShell 7.3.3 complete changelog
7.3.224-Jan-23-Includes engine, build, and general cmdlet updatesPowerShell 7.3.2 complete changelog
7.3.113-Dec-22-Several packages updated along with versions
-Some issues were fixed
PowerShell 7.3.1 complete changelog
7.3.08-Nov-22-Added test for the framework-dependent package in the pipeline
-Fixes for building test artifacts
-AzCopy has been removed
PowerShell 7.3 complete changelog
PowerShell 7 version history
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Subhan Zafar is an established IT professional with interests in Windows and Server infrastructure testing and research, and is currently working with Itechtics as a research consultant. He has studied Electrical Engineering and is also certified by Huawei (HCNA & HCNP Routing and Switching).

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