- Sun, Jul 31 2022 at 2:23 pm #1567019
I need to automating the update of Windows Store apps. The Windows way is open Windows Store and select Update Apps. Of course this way is not really helpful for IT admins that have to update of 800+ desktops, also it cannot be performed silently without any user interactions.
What I really need is a script or PowerShell commands to force update and installation of all Windows Store apps installed in a client.
Any idea or suggestion?
- Sun, Jul 31 2022 at 10:40 pm #1567027Surender KumarParticipantMember Points: 4,295Rank: 3
If all your desktops are running Windows 10/11, you could use Windows Package Manager CLI (winget) like this:
winget upgrade --all --accept-source-agreements --accept-package-agreements
- Sun, Jul 31 2022 at 11:04 pm #1567028
Thanks, I will take a look and try.
- Mon, Aug 1 2022 at 8:38 am #1567038Michael PietroforteKeymasterMember Points: 35,813Rank: 4
Did Surrender’s solution work? I found this solution.
In my view, the Windows Store app are total mess. The biggest failure in Microsoft’s history. Even the Nokia deal was brilliant compared to Windows Store mess.
- Mon, Aug 1 2022 at 9:32 am #1567049
I have already tried in the past, the main concern is the process start to update Ms Store apps but it doesn’t install anything.
So I agree about the Windows Store is a mess , but probably this solution is not a priority in Microsoft vision.
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