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Enthusiasts WinGet: Windows packet manager can now import installation lists

15:50  26 march  2021
15:50  26 march  2021 Source:   drwindows.de

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Windows Package Manager and the winget tool are in public preview and may be substantially modified before they are generally available. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here. The winget command line tool enables developers to discover, install , upgrade, remove and configure applications on Windows 10 computers. This tool is the client interface to the Windows Package Manager service. The winget tool is currently a preview, so not all planned functionality is available at this time.

Winget , a console package manager for Windows 10, hits a major milestone in developments. Two most anticipated features, the uninstall option, and the ability to export and import the app list and finally coming to winget . is a package manager that allows bulk installing apps and dev tools required for building a developer environment in a new or existing Windows installation , in a minimal amount of time. The idea behind this winget tool is to save developer's time. Instead of clicking buttons in setup wizards for each of the app and package required for building a project, the developer can

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At the last year's developer conference Build, Microsoft has introduced the package manager WinGet for Windows 10. He is still experimentally and is primarily on developers, but has already many fans among the Windows enthusiasts. For good reason, because with WinGet numerous programs can be easily installed via the command line - as you know that from the packet managers for Linux.

With Winstall , there is already a solution that allows you to "click Couple" a script, for example, to install many programs with one click when restoring the system. I have built a script that installs over 20 programs one after the other - a tremendous time and click savings.

Chronicler's duty: Windows 10 Insider Build 21292 in Developer Channel

 Chronicler's duty: Windows 10 Insider Build 21292 in Developer Channel © Provided by Dr. Windows Windows Insider Program For the Windows Insider in the Developer Channel, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 21292 on Wednesday evening. It contains some changes to the new module "News and Interests" which is to find its place in the taskbar in the future. For German-speaking users, however, this is of no importance, because so far this new feature is only available in English-speaking countries.

With this, Windows WinGet is increasingly similar to Linux APT. Download Windows Packet Manager “ WinGet ” and enable experimental features. Although this tool will surely become part of Windows when it is fully developed, for now , users who want to try it will have to download and install it manually. For example, the installation progress bar will now have a rainbow color, and if we run ” winget source list ” we can see that the MS Store is now one of the software sources.

Important . Windows Package Manager and the winget tool are in public preview and may be substantially modified before they are generally available. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here. Windows Package Manager is a comprehensive package manager solution that consists of a command line tool and set of services for installing applications on Windows 10. Third party package managers can leverage the Microsoft Community Package Manifest Repository to increase the size of their software catalog.

According to the original announcement, WinGet should be done in the spring of 2021, I meanwhile I have my doubts, but it is yes, God does not know the only schedule that the year 2020 has torn in the air.

With the version 0.2.10771 , however, a new pre-release version is available for download, and that brings an interesting new feature. WinGet can now import installation jobs from a JSON file containing information about the sources to be used and the packages to be installed. An Sample Plate shows how such a file must be constructed.

Who has not yet dealt with WinGet and does not deter with the command line, I can only encourage it to try it out. On the release page, an APPX package is available for download, which can be easily installed by double-clicking.

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