Recently I found an equivalent to “apt-get” for Windows, Chocolatey is The Package Manager for Windows, you can install, upgrade, uninstall multiple programs at the same time, like apt-get, some examples:
////https://chocolatey.org/packages/blender $ choco install blender ////https://chocolatey.org/packages/freecad/0.19.0.22366-dev $ choco install Freecad --pre ////https://chocolatey.org/packages/sweet-home-3d $ choco install sweet-home-3d
… and this is not just for programs because add-on, plug-ing, script, macros, complements, extensions, etc, can be managed from there.
in context, if a windows user wants to update their programs, need open each URL and download individually each program and this can be a pain, with choco you just need do this:
choco upgrade all -y
… could be a help for new users.
create a choco package for Windows, Linux, MacOS like this:
////https://chocolatey.org/packages/Dynamo $ choco install Dynamo ////https://chocolatey.org/packages/Dynamo/2.100.1-dev $ choco install Dynamo --pre