At some point you will want to uninstall an application installed via Chocolatey. While this seems like a straightforward process, there are several nuances to explore to completely understand the uninstall process.
- [Voiceover] At some point, you will want…to uninstall an application installed via Chocolatey.…This is where things get tricky.…To review this situation, let's look at my computer.…In PowerShell, I've listed the installed packages.…There are five packages listed.…Let's ignore the Chocolatey package itself,…and consider the other four.…Now I've also opened the Programs and Features application.…Compare the two lists, and you'll see…the four programs are listed in both places,…FileZilla, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox,…and paint.net are also listed over here.…
Remember that Chocolatey is a service wrapper…around a real application installer.…Google Chrome has an installer.…When I installed the Chrome package,…Chocolatey gets the real installer,…copies it to my computer,…and runs it on my behalf,…silently discarding any install dialogs…that would appear in the real installer.…Since the Chrome installer has an affiliated uninstaller,…I can uninstall Chrome in the Programs and Features window.…Click on Chrome, then click on uninstall, then click Yes.…
- What is a package manager?
- Installing NuGet in Visual Studio
- Installing and managing packages
- Updating packages
- Working with PowerShell and NuGet
- Finding packages with NuGet Gallery and ASP.NET MVC
- Using Package Restore
- Using the Chocolatey machine packet manager
- Using Boxstarter for creating installation packages
- Using OneGet/PackageManagement
- Creating, publishing, and installing a custom NuGet package
Skill Level Beginner
1. Package Managers Explained
2. Explore NuGet in Visual Studio 2015
3. Use the NuGet PowerShell Integration
Work with PowerShell3m 5s
4. Interesting and Useful NuGet Packages
5. Use Package Restore
6. Leverage NuGet with Chocolatey
7. Leverage NuGet with Other Tools
8. Additional Topics
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