I’m moving toward using a package manager more often when it comes to installing, updating, or uninstalling frequently-used software. Specifically, on Windows 10 I’m using Chocolatey and for Linux Ubuntu 18.04LTS+ I’m using apt. (When I’m on Windows 10 and want to test or use Linux commands, I do so via Ubuntu WSL.
If anyone else is using these or other package managers? If so, which and for what?
I’ve heard about MS’s recently released command line package manager, winget, but I haven’t researched it at all, yet. It would take a lot to convince me to move away from Chocolatey, though.
I’ve noticed that Glasswire is available in chocolatey’s repo, but it’s still not at v2.2:
C:\WINDOWS\system32>choco search glasswire Chocolatey v0.10.15 glasswire **2.1.167** [Approved] Downloads cached for licensed users 1 packages found.