Windows Package Manager is so good I won’t use anything else now

Installing software on Windows has never been tough because you can do it from literally anywhere on the web. But at the same time, it’s messy enough having to trawl countless websites to get what you want. The Microsoft Store does a great job these days, but so too does Windows Package Manager.

The latter is essentially now my number one source of installing software on my PC. Not just installing, but removing, and upgrading, too. Besides Windows, I use Linux quite frequently. Not just on the Steam Deck, but on the desktop, too. And on Linux, it’s not just a meme that you download everything through the terminal. It’s not the only way, but it’s a reality.

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