App installer for Windows 10 is used for the installation and maintenance of applications packaged in .appx or .appxbundle installation packages. You can refer to App Installer as the program which handles applications that are loosely relational databases containing an XML app manifest. Applications that are in the .appx and .appxbundle contain either Win32 or a Universal Windows Platform app, as well as icons for the Start Menu and taskbar. These two application packages also contain a virtualized version of any Windows Registry keys needed, and also every other asset that the installed app needs to function. This makes Windows 10 users less dependent on Windows Store and Windows PowerShell in installing APPX packages. The moment you double click on the installation package, you will be able to view the very user-friendly interface of App Installer for Windows 10.
App Installer for Windows 10 is developed by Microsoft. It is a software component that is categorized under the Games Utilities and Editors of Windows software. You can make use of this application on Windows 10 desktop devices, as well as Windows mobile devices. Only 64 bit, and 86 bit Windows 10 computers have all it takes to run this program. App Installer essentially allows Windows 10 apps to be installed by simply clicking the app package, ensuring that you do not have to use PowerShell or any other developer tool to install a Windows 10 app. With App Installer for Windows 10, you will also be able to install apps from the web, optional packages as well as related sets.
Why You Should Use App Installer for Windows 10
There are times when you will have to share your app with many users. After a while, you will be asked to update the app to enjoy its latest functions. If you want to update an application, it is important you take into consideration if your computer will be able to run the updated version. App Installer will help you to locate where your file is stored on your computer and how you will be able to locate it and perform an update. The files in App Installer are XML files that you can create, making use of Visual Studio. The App Installer file allows you to choose a method of redistribution that where you will have to share with other users the App Installer file instead of the actual App Installer for Windows 10 app. From here, the other user will be able to view the familiar App Installer User Interface when they click on the App Installer file to launch. When the App Installer User Interface appears, it will offer the user a concise guide through the installation step. The moment the application is installed making use of these steps, from that moment henceforth, the application will always be associated with the App Installer file.
Any other time that you will be asked to update the App Installer program, all the update only needs to be done on the App Installer (.appinstaller) file. The moment the App Installer file is updated, the user will be able to make use of the new version of an application. This comes in very handy because the user now does not have to perform any arduous task before they are able to get the most recent version of an application. All that needs to be done to get an update is to ensure using the application a lot of times, and the most recent version will be delivered to the user.
The design of App Installer is very similar to Classic Windows Installer that only offers the possibility of installing MSI files. You will be able to view the name of the app, the name of the app’s developer, the apps start menu tile, and also set the capabilities enabled by the app manifest. By simply clicking on the install button that can be found in the bottom right part of the App installer checks the app’s digital certificate. Without a valid digital certificate, App Installer for Windows 10 will refuse to install the application. Once the application has a valid digital certificate, a blue installation progress bar will be shown where the user can click on the button to launch the app after it has been fully installed. You can always resize App installer. The background of this application undergoes changes based on the system-wide light or dark mode. Any app that you update using App Installer can be as well be updated through the Windows store. You also have the ability to run multiple installations at a time because APPX installations are sandboxed.
Key Features App Installer for Windows 10 Includes:
- It allows you to run multiple installations at a time.
- Used for the installation and maintenance of applications packaged in .appx or .appxbundle installation packages.
- Simple user interface.
- Allows you to check for apps digital certificate.
- Ensures that you can download an application update without a lot of hassle.
- Completely free to download.
- Has an App Installer file that you can use to carry out updates.
App Installer for Windows 10 is used for the installation and maintenance of applications that come in .appx or .appxbundle installation packages. This program is completely free to download. App Installer for Windows also has a basic user interface that allows you to carry out basic installation and updating operations without hassle.
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Last Updated: 2019-10-21
File size: 3.61 MB
Operating system: Windows 10