Tips To Know More about Windows 10 Packaging Components

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With an arrival of Windows 10, Microsoft has unveiled a world of new possibilities and opportunities. Its all-new Package Management feature enables ITPros or DevOps to automate various tasks that can assist in managing software, apps, and their patches with great ease. The new feature focuses on automating the tasks related to software discovery, program installation, and inventory (SDII) management to provide software developers an ease while configuring, fixing, and releasing app updates for their genuine products.

What All You’ll Get as a Part of This Feature?

Windows 10 Packaging Management feature comes with the Package Management Core component, a Power Shell module and a key set of providers. It is important to consider that the Power Shell module comes with optimal support to provide cmdlets and other tasks an ease of operation while being run on a Windows 10 device. While taking about this specific feature, it is imperative to mention that the developer or user can install all other providers by their own to make the entire package handling and management quite easier and faster.

What All Providers Coming With This Feature?

The readymade package of the company includes a Bootstrap provider to enable the user aware of all the places from where to get more providers from. In addition to this, the package also contains a MSI provider that can be used for handling MSI files. Incorporation of the MSU provider ensures easy and hassle-free handling of Microsoft update files. Last but not the lease, the Power Shell Get is present for accessing Power Shell modules for fixing various issues and troubleshooting them with comfort.



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