This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft announced that it will host a virtual event on June 24 to unveiled the next generation of Windows, and hints suggest that the company plans to change the operating system’s name to Windows 11.
The new operating system is set to be the most significant update in more than a decade. It is expected to introduce many visual changes, new features, and new ways for developers to build, distribute, and monetize applications.
In addition, the Windows Package Manager (winget) reached the version 1.0 milestone, and it’s now fully available for compatible versions of Windows 10. Furthermore, the software giant accidentally published a screenshot revealing the design of the upcoming One Outlook app for Windows 10.
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You now know the steps to export and import apps to a new installation or device running Windows 10 with the winget command-line tool.