You need to be a reader of Easy Tech Tutorials or have played a bit with Windows to be aware of the existence of Winget. It is a package manager designed for Windows 10 and 11 that allows you to easily install, update, and uninstall applications from the command line.
However, the issue is that the command line isn’t necessarily something Windows users are accustomed to. That’s why Martí Climent developed WingetUI, which is simply a graphical interface for Winget, as well as for its competitors Scoop and Chocolatey!
Screenshot of WingetUI GUI Winget app logo In its repositories, you will find many very useful applications, as well as open-source games.
With a simple right-click on the package you are interested in, you can install it. Then, WingetUI will allow you to update installed apps or remove them. Classic but very practical!
Diagram of WingetUI GUI installation To discover it here.
To install it directly with Winget, open a terminal and enter the command:
winget install wingetui