Basic about using buckets
scoop bucket known scoop bucket add extras Directory of all Scoop buckets: [scoop-directory](https://rasa.github.io/scoop-directory/)
Notable utilities/apps available via Scoop
Really useful small applications for Windows that can be also installed using
- git - go - nano - sudo - sed - wget - shutup10 O&O ShutUp10 - Free antispy tool for Windows 10 - ngrok Instant URL to your localhost server through NAT or firewall - notepadplusplus Free source code editor and Notepad replacement - wsltty (Not Working) Mintty as a terminal for WSL - ccleaner Number-one tool for cleaning PC - fork Best Git GUI client for Mac and Windows - regeditor O&O RegEditor: Freeware for editing the Windows Registry - copyq Advanced clipboard manager with editing and scripting features - qbittorrent / qbittorrent-portable Cross-platform free and open-source BitTorrent client - powertoys Microsoft set of Power Toys - calibre-normal - whatsapp WhatsApp Desktop Client (no way to be in System Tray?) - paint.net Nice photo editing application - inkscape Great SVG editor - patchcleaner Clean your windows/installer directory - ridnacs Disk Space Usage Tool - sumatrapdf Super-fast PDF Reader, but also great eBook reader for both ePub and Mobi format - vncviewer VNC Viewer only, from RealVNC package - dont-sleep App "Don't Sleep" to prevent Windows from going to sleep - vscode - sublime-merge - sublime-text - sharex Has everything! Screen capture for Windows, Linux & Mac - brave Secure, Fast & Private Web Browser with Adblocker - vivaldi An innovatively designed web browser ##### Non-essential applications - registry-explorer Advanced Registry Hive Editor ## Additional buckets - scoop bucket add java scoop install java/oraclejre8 scoop install java/oraclejre8 Universal Database Tool
We can install some package manually, without adding bucket. For example, in bucket Ash258/Scoop-Ash258 there is Docker recipe, that you can call exactly:
sudo scoop install https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Ash258/scoop-Ash258/master/bucket/docker.json
You must re-login for it to work properly.
Install latest winget from PowerShell
Huge problem is there is no ‘uninstall’ nor ‘update’ of packages.
Interesting web page to automate: GUI for Windows Package Manager