Last week at Build 2021, Microsoft announced the general availability of its Windows Package Manager, also called WinGet.
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Last week, Keivan Beigi explained how Microsoft stole his package manager after offering him a bogus job. Now, Microsoft has responded.
Last week, Microsoft released its new Windows Package Manager, called WinGet. But as it turns out, they stole it.
Microsoft today announced Windows Package Manager at Build 2020, and it’s a new, native package manager that is going to be built into Windows 10.