PowerShell 7 Preview 4

This coming PowerShell 7 release will be a so-called “long-term servicing” release, but it’ll follow Microsoft’s Modern Lifecycle Support policy. What that likely means (based on Microsoft’s description for PowerShell 6.x) is that PowerShell 7 users will need to update the product within six months when minor upgrades get released by Microsoft, and they’ll need to apply the latest patches within 30 days, too. Future updates stop arriving if the upgrading and patching doesn’t keep pace with those cycles.