At Microsoft Build 2021, the organization released Windows Package Manager 1.0. First declared in see at Build 2020, Windows Package Manager makes it simple to install software onto Windows 10. The device is particularly helpful for IT administrators that deal with various PCs yet can likewise be valuable for singular clients.
Windows Package Manager is a winget customer that works with smoothes out installations using the command line. There are third-party package managers, like Chocolatey, that were at that point accessible for Windows, however it’s ideal to have another alternative from Microsoft.
Windows Insiders and individuals that have signed up for the Windows Package Manager Insider group may as of now have the tool. In the event that you don’t have it as of now, you can get it from the Windows Package Manager GitHub page. Microsoft additionally has a direct link to install it in the devblog post declaring its accessibility.
Before long, Windows Package Manager 1.0 will ship as an automatic update through the Microsoft Store for PCs running Windows 10 version 1809 or later.
More than 1,400 novel packages have been added to the Microsoft Community repository as of now. That number should just go up since Windows Package Manager is for the most part accessible.
Microsoft additionally declared a new tool in preview to help submit packages to the Microsoft Community repository. The tool is called Windows Package Manager Manifest Creator.
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