Windows 10 will come with a command line package manager, much to the lament of Linux users - October 29, 2014 12 30 AM - Art # 10

"Sorry, penguin lovers if you thought that 2015, in the heinous wake of Windows 8, would finally be the year of desktop Linux, you were sadly mistaken. Microsoft is trying its best to make Windows 10 the dream OS for the billions of people around the world who use a desktop PC with a mouse and keyboard and, as a result, this means Windows 10 will actually come with a package manager. Yes, in Windows 10 you can open up a command line shell and install VLC or Firefox or thousands of other packages by typing in a single command." -- reported by Extremetech on October 27, 2014 at 2:03 pm

Admin : First was OSX, then Android, finally windows. It's obvious whom the superior OS resides at.
Sign of the times, we'll see.




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T-Shirts arrived 2 days later They look GREAT!!! Going to get some more for my team!
October 26, 2014 2 26 PM

me
cool idea man
October 27, 2014 4 29 AM

Adminitrator
First an app store, then virtual desktops, and now a package manager

It's nice to see Microsoft finally catching up to Linux
October 28, 2014 10 49 PM

test
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August 21, 2015 9 43 PM

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