The project has just released a new version for the year 2020 and brings a number of important changes. The new version, 2020.2, of Kali Linux, merges different desktop editions into single download options and removes the ability to run multiple as root by default.
"The latest version makes it easier for users to access PowerShell, update KDE Plasma issues, and the size requirements for distribution ARM-build SD cards have been increased from 8 GB to 16 GB."
"Some time ago, we put PowerShell in its network repository Kali Linux. This means that if you wanted PowerShell, you had to install the one-time package with "sudo apt install -y PowerShell". We have now put PowerShell in one of our (primary) metapackages, Kali-linux-large. This means that if you choose to install this metapackage during system setup or when the Kali distribution is up and running (sudo apt install -y kali-linux-large), if PowerShell is compatible with your architecture, you can go directly to it (pwsh). PowerShell is no longer in the default metapackagelinux-default).
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