Keeping your PC apps up-to-date with Winget and WingetUI

WingetUI (soon to be UniGetUI) — the simple way to keep your applications up-to-date

Installing multiple applications on your Windows PC or laptop can be a tedious exercise, for example after a Windows reinstall or on a new machine. First you need to search the web for the application website, nagivate to the download page, download the installer, run the installer, wait for the application to install, repeat.

Thankfully, there are easier ways to do it now using package managers such as Microsoft Winget, Chocolatey and Scoop.

I’ve been using Winget for a while now with good results. And recently I’ve added WingetUI to the mix to automate keeping my applications updated.

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Scoop and Bob the Builder

Joshua and Reuben with Scoop and Bob the Builder
Joshua and Reuben with Scoop and Bob the Builder

En route to Ninewells hospital yesterday for Jane’s pre-Caesarean section tests we stopped off at the riverside Tesco in Dundee so that Jane could grab something to eat.

We found a parent and child parking space, right in front of a Bob the Builder, Pilchard and Scoop kiddies’ ride. Of course, Reuben and Joshua wanted to get out and meet Bob and Scoop, up close and personal.

They loved it. Gave each other a go driving, and then got back into the car when mummy and daddy told them to.

What wonderful children!

And then they screamed for about 30 minutes while I drove around Dundee trying to encourage them to sleep in the car while Jane had her appointment at the hospital.