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winget

March 14, 2021 12:00 PM

winget is a command line tool enables users to discover, install, upgrade, remove and configure applications on Windows.

When you are a developer, this is useful to keep a list of the softwares and tools you need.

Here are some of the IDs of the winget packages I would install on a new machine:

# Editors
winget install Notepad++.Notepad++

# Frameworks
winget install OpenJS.NodeJS.LTS

# Git
winget install Git.Git

#winget install Atlassian.Sourcetree
#winget install Fork.Fork
#winget install GitExtensionsTeam.GitExtensions
#winget install TortoiseGit.TortoiseGit

# IDE
#winget install Microsoft.VisualStudio.2022.Enterprise
#winget install Microsoft.VisualStudioCode

# IIS
#Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName IIS-ASPNET, IIS-ManagementConsole -All

# Terminal
#winget install Microsoft.Powershell
#winget install JanDeDobbeleer.OhMyPosh

# Azure
#winget install Microsoft.AzureDataStudio
#winget install Microsoft.AzureStorageEmulator

# SQL
#winget install Microsoft.SQLServerManagementStudio
#winget install DBBrowserForSQLite.DBBrowserForSQLite

# Communication
#winget install Microsoft.Teams
#winget install Slack

# Images
#winget install IrfanSkiljan.IrfanView
#winget install NickeManarin.ScreenToGif
#start "https://www.dotpdn.com/downloads/pdn.html"

# Office
#winget install OneNote

# Tools
#winget install Docker.DockerDesktop
#winget install NuGetPackageExplorer.NuGetPackageExplorer
#winget install Postman.Postman

# Utilities
#winget install XP89DCGQ3K6VLD # Microsoft Power Toys
#winget install 9WZDNCRFJ3PV # Windows Scanner
#winget install RARLab.WinRAR