Install Microsoft Store apps from the command line with Windows Package Manager 1.1


Windows Package Manager is a utility that lets you install Windows applications from a command prompt, much the way you can with most Linux distributions.  Up until recently though, you could only install applications that were listed in Microsoft’s Windows Package Manager Community Repository. But starting with Windows Package Manager version 1.0, Microsoft added support for third-party app repositories. And starting with version 1.1, you can also install apps from the Microsoft Store.  The post Install Microsoft Store apps from the command line with Windows Package Manager 1.1 appeared first on Liliputing .
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