Using winget from your windows terminal you can check and even do upgrades to all your applications, not only Microsoft related applications.
Windows Package Manager winget command-line tool is available on Windows 11 and modern versions of Windows 10 as a part of the App Installer.
|Displays metadata about the system (version numbers, architecture, log location, etc). Helpful for troubleshooting.
|Installs the specified application.
|Displays details for the specified application.
|Adds, removes, and updates the Windows Package Manager repositories accessed by the winget tool.
|Searches for an application.
|Display installed packages.
|Upgrades the given package.
|Uninstalls the given package.
|Generates the SHA256 hash for the installer.
|Validates a manifest file for submission to the Windows Package Manager repository.
|Shows the status of experimental features.
|Exports a list of the installed packages.
|Installs all the packages in a file.
“winget” is a command-line package manager for Windows 10 and Windows 11 operating systems. It allows users to search, install, update, and uninstall software packages from the command line or PowerShell. Winget provides a streamlined way to manage software installations and updates without requiring a separate graphical user interface.
The primary user of “winget” is developers, system administrators, and power users who prefer command-line interfaces for managing software. Here are some use cases for “winget”:
- Software Installation
- Automated Scripts and Deployment
- Package Management
- Integration with Development Workflows
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