Windows Package Manager is a comprehensive package manager solution that consists of a command-line tool and a set of services for installing applications on Windows 10.
A package manager is a system or set of tools used to automate installing, upgrading, configuring, and using the software. Most package managers are designed for discovering and installing developer tools.
Commands include: install - Installs the given application show - Shows info about an application source - Manage sources of applications search - Find and show basic info of apps hash - Helper to hash installer files validate - Validates a manifest file
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