Install Powershell V4.0 on Windows 8.0

Is there a way that I can install Powershell V4.0 on Windows 8.0 ?
Everything online seems to defy this.
I don't want to upgrade my windows only because I have to use Powershell V4.0
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No, the only way is to upgrade to Win8.1.

Sorry, but until I just heard this I couldn't imagine anyone with Win8 that wouldn't want to upgrade to 8.1.
ArikkanAuthor Commented:
Why not
- Boot straight to desktop  (the biggest reason for me as someone who hates the Metro interface)
- WMF 4.0
- all the other stability updates
- it's free
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Windows 8.1 works much better than Windows 8 and Powershell V4 is there. No reason NOT to upgrade that I can see.
"I don't want to upgrade my windows only because I have to use Powershell V4.0" - by the end of 2015, there will be no more security updates for 8. You will need to move to 8.1 soon.

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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
There is a very good reason that 8.1 replaces 8. It is not just an OS upgrade. W8 has many flaws, mainly in the UI and Usability. The only reason not to upgrade is that it needs a lot of time and disk space. And really nothing is getting worse from 8 to 8.1.
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