How To Use Chocolatey Windows 8
Jan 8, 2018 - In this article, I will show you how to install Chocolatey on Windows 10. Chocolatey is an easy-to-use Software Package Manager for Windows.
This article describes how to install and use CURL on Windows. Curl is a free command line utility used for transferring files using various protocols. Most commonly it is used for transferring files over HTTP(S). CURL comes natively installed on Unix based operating systems such as MacOS and Linux. But windows is left out.
Now that we have powershell on windows, you can get some of the functionality of cURL using various cmdlets like invoke-webrequest. Kabhi kabhi mere dil mein karaoke. However, if you are used to using a Unix tool set, you will be left wondering where you can find cURL. Methods of Installing cURL To install cURL on windows, you have five real options: • Install using Chocolatey • Download compiled Binaries • Compile from source code • Install Cygwin • Install Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) Chocolatey If you want to go the Chocolatey route, it is really simple, just run. Choco install curl - y This will install cURL for you. However, you need to first install the Chocolatey package manager. You can find instructions on how to install Chocolatey. Download Compiled Binaries cURL is supported on many platforms.
And if you navigate, you will see binaries you can download for many different platforms. All the way at the bottom of the page you will find the windows builds. They are all labeled as Win32 or Win64 I recommend you download the zip file in the Win64 – Generic section: After you have downloaded and extracted the zip file, look in the src folder, you will find curl.exe. Copy curl.exe into your C: windows system32 folder. I choose this folder because it includes all of the other system utilities. And it is already part of your PATH variable, so you don’t have to do anything to add it.