PowerGUI 1.0.6 released!

We have just made PowerGUI 1.0.6 available for download from http://PowerGUI.org.

As I mentioned before, stability was a priority for this release, so there are no radical changes apart from multiple bugfixes and minor improvements.

Setup should stop giving weird messages on Vista and Longhorn, filters work correctly even when 0 objects are displayed, PowerShell snapins don’t disappear and so on. You can read more information on the fixes 1.0.6 has on the PowerGUI Feature Roadmap page.

Also, because of the issues we had with the initial 1.0.5 setup, we are now taking a more staging approach: we put the new version on site couple of days ago and waited for some time before making the announcement in this blog. (As usual, Richard was the first to spot that and report in his blog! I wonder where he finds time for all that?)

No one reported any issues – so I am posting this. However, that’s not the last stage. We will leave it for a few more days in the manual update mode. Only if we get no complaints we will turn on autoupdate for 1.0.5 so all PowerGUI installations connected to the internet prompt user to perform the upgrade.

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2 Responses to “PowerGUI 1.0.6 released!”

  1. 1 Stefan Stranger May 18, 2007 at 9:50 am


    Are you sure there is a new version available? 😉

    Look at a screenshot from my ‘old’ version of PowerGUI here.

    Stefan Stranger

  2. 2 dmitrysotnikov May 18, 2007 at 11:19 am


    Your 1.0.5 tells you it’s up to date because we decided to wait a few days before we turn autoupgrade on. Once we do that, it will prompt for autoupgrade and tell you it’s outdated.


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