So, recently, I found that winget has an online library called Winstall. This does help people use the tool better. One of my online acquaintances had to factory reset her laptop. Feeling inspired by her plight, I made a few batch scripts to help bootstrap the install process.
For those not in the know, winget is Microsoft's own package manager-like program for command line installing programs from the MS Store or a database managed by Microsoft containing community submitted manifests. It's a core part of Windows 11 and was available in testing with Windows 10's Beta AppX Installer.
Quick Spinup: Writers Edition- Contains TeXstudio, MiKTeX, Pandoc, and PanWriter – batch file
Quick Spinup: Gamer's Edition – Comes packed with all the installers, Nyrna, Borderless Gaming, and a few open source games – batch file
Quick Spinup: Jaida's Ninite – Comes with my favorite programs and languages I feel are important for me to set up. You'll need to use winget's
importcommand to run the install. – JSON. This was the first file I created, so it doesn't have a fancy “edition” name.
All you need to do is to save the file of your choice and then read and run it. I hope that this helps you and brings you joy, as much as I've had fun compiling such.
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