If you are here, I am sure you must have read the How to install Windows Package Manager client on your PC and you already know how a package manager works. When you install Apps using the Windows 10 Package Manager it asks you to write some Powershell scripts and not many users like that. Hence, in this guide, we will show you How to install apps using the Windows 10 Package Manager by skipping the scriptwriting process. Without waiting further, let’s get started.
How to install apps using the Windows 10 Package Manager on your PC
Step 1: Head to the official Winstall website and search for the app you want to install. The website also allows you to select multiple apps at once so you can do that too.
Step 2: If you’ve selected multiple apps tap on “Create Pack” from the bottom right corner. Log in with your Twitter account to continue with the process. If you don’t have a Twitter account you can choose from the packs which are already present on the website or you can install apps individually.
Step 3: Scroll down to the “Get the pack script” section and enable the “Show Powershell script” option.
Step 4: Click on “Copy to clipboard” to copy the script else click on “Download ps.1” to download the Powershell file.
Step 5: Bring up Windows Powershell and paste your copied script. Press Enter and your selected apps will get installed. If you downloaded the ps.1 file double click on it and it’ll automatically install your selected programs for you.
That’s all, folks! It is to be noted that Winget should be installed on your PC else this process won’t work. If you don’t know how to install winget you can check out our guide by clicking here. If you liked this guide, make sure you share it using the social media buttons!