Windows Package Manager 1.6.3133
This release is the fifth stable release of Windows Package Manager 1.6 for Windows 10 (1809+) and Windows 11. Experimental features have been disabled in this release.
winget configurecommand is now a stable feature and can be used to automatically handle the setup and configuration requirements for an ideal development environment on your Windows machine. Applying a WinGet configuration file helps with installing and managing software packages, applications, programming languages, frameworks, tools, or settings necessary for a project.
Support for package dependencies is also included in this stable release. You can also use the
winget downloadcommand to download a package installer to your local machine.
- Add missing condition for using toolset v143 when building JsonCppLib for arm by @florelis in #3773
- Performance improvements by @JohnMcPMS in #3867
- Make manifest retrieval choice more dynamic by @JohnMcPMS in #3738
- Allow --accept-source-agreements with local manifests by @Trenly in #3753
- Broadcast WM_SETTINGCHANGE on change of path by @JohnMcPMS in #3751
- Allow higher version to satisfy the dependency by @JohnMcPMS in #3763
- Use package version as potential last update timestamp by @JohnMcPMS in #3759
- Microsoft.WinGet.Client Any CPU by @msftrubengu in #3622
Full Changelog: v1.6.2771...v1.6.3133
Microsoft has released Windows Package Manager 1.6.3133 for Windows 10 (1809+) and Windows 11.