Mike Robbins has produced a nice video, which you can find at http://mikefrobbins.com/2017/08/24/how-to-install-visual-studio-code-and-configure-it-as-a-replacement-for-the-powershell-ise/. This video takes you through the process of downloading VSCode, and setting it up as a replacement for the ISE.
It turns out to be remarkably simple to do this. Downloading is easy - and the installation process the normal clickercise approach. Once you get VS Code installed, you can easily configure it to act as the replacement for the ISE.
Once you have your settings configured, you end up with something that looks like this:
It looks and feels almost like the ISE, but with a lot of extra features above and beyond the basics provided by the ISE. These include the ability to determine aliases (and replace them with full cmdlet names), GIT hub/VSTeam Services/Hg integration and a lot more.
If you like the ISE, you are likely to enjoy VS Code!