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The latest WingetUI update has multiple improvements for both Windows 11 and Windows 10. The WingetUI is a third-party tool that helps to manage CLI package managers like Scoop and Winget.
Windows Package Manager 1.3, also known as Winget, is now available. It brings support for portable applications, associated documentation, and install notes alongside other improvements.
Microsoft has rolled out a release candidate (RC) build for Windows Package Manager - also known as winget. The update adds support for installation of portable apps, among many other things.
Microsoft released a new preview version of Windows Package Manager, also known as winget. The main highlight in version 1.3.1251-preview is preliminary support for portable applications.
Microsoft has released Windows Package Manager version 1.2. The utility, commonly referred to as "winget", now features improved support for ARM64 devices and better error handling.
The Redmond tech giant has confirmed that the Microsoft Store for Business and Microsoft Store for Education are being killed off in Q1 2023. The portals are not supported on Windows 11 either.
Microsoft has released a new preview version of WIndows Package Manager, or winget, adding the ability to export a list of packages and import them in a new installation, making setup faster.
The Windows Package Manager preview version 0.2.10191 is adding the ability to use winget commands to not only install programs but also uninstall them. The update is now rolling out.
The unofficial web-based GUI for the Windows Packager Manager, Winstall.app, has come out of preview, introducing the ability to download apps directly from the website and new search parameters.
Last week, AppGet creator Keivan Beigi wrote a post calling out Microsoft for pretty much copying his idea. The company has now acknowledged AppGet's inspiration behind Windows Package Manager.
Keivan Beigi, the developer behind AppGet, is claiming that Microsoft has copied his idea. He claims that Microsoft was originally planning to hire him, but he suddenly never heard back.
After Microsoft launched a preview of Windows Package Manager at Build, someone has built a web app that feeds off the same repository. It provides a more user-friendly interface for installing apps.