Author: Pascal Berger

New version of MSIX Commander released V1.0.3

I invested some evenings and added some cool new features to my tool MSIX Commander Those new features are the following: Added the Edit Manifest Tab. It lets you change the Min- and Maxversions in a Manifest of one ore multiple MSIX Files automatically. Added the Change Signature Tab. If

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MSIX Commander V1.0.0 released (get it for free)

MSIX is now already around for some time and I started to experiment with it. While I was working with it, I started to realize that it would be nice to have a little GUI tool that would help me with doing certain tasks. Therefore I decided to build such

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Opening an MSIX install location to troubleshoot

When you’re starting to work with MSIX you will soon find out that MSIX files, like appx files, get installed to the folder C:\Program Files\WindowsApps. When you want to check the content of your installed MSIX Package and do some analysis or troubleshooting you will not be able to open

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MSIX what we know so far

The intend of this blog post is to provide a quick overview about what we know right now and where you can get further information. At the Build 2018 Conference Microsoft officially introduced MSIX. We learned what we have to expect and how the IT-World will benefit. In Short it

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Windows 10 1803 already supported by WimAsAService

On monday (30.04.18) Microsoft finally released the ISO files for Windows 10 1803 (Build 10.0.17134) After intensively testing our new base WIM files, we are very proud to announce that our WimAsAService already completely supports Windows 10 1803. Our customers can now start to easily generate their own customized 1803

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Many new Global Apps available in WimAsAService

We provide you several “Global Apps” with WimAsAService. Every customer can use these Global Apps in his Tenant and Apps uploaded by themselves. When we add a new Global App it usually comes from one of the two following sources. Provided by baseVISION Those Packages are built by our employees.

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WimAsAService supports Windows 10 1709 completely

Last week Microsoft released the ISO Files for Windows 10 1709 (Build 10.0.16299) After intensively testing our new base WIM Files, we are very proud to announce that our WimAsAService completely supports Windows 10 1709. Our customers can now easily generate their own customized WIM Files. Find out more about

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