How To Get More Installs App Free

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  1. How To Get More Installs App Free Fire
  2. How To Get More Installs App Free
  3. How To Install Apps Windows

MATLAB ® apps are interactive applications written to perform technical computing tasks. Apps are included in many MATLAB products. The Apps tab of the MATLAB Toolstrip shows you the apps that you currently have installed. There are several ways to get more apps: from MATLAB File Exchange, through additional MATLAB products, and by building. (See Install Visio or Install Project if you need to reinstall those stand-alone apps.) To change from a 32-bit version to a 64-bit version or vice versa, you need to uninstall Office first (including any stand-alone Office apps you have such as Project of Visio).

If you 're looking for a way to view all the installed apps and programs, on your Windows 10 PC, from PowerShell, then continue reading below. All Modern Apps in Windows 10 & Windows 8 (8.1), are installed through installation packages. An app installation package is a unique file that contains all the files needed to install a Modern App. In order to re-install or uninstall a specific app, you need to know it's Name or the installation package full name (PackageFullName) that is used to install the app.

In this tutorial I 'll show how you can get a list of all programs or apps installed (with their full installation package name) on your Windows 10 or Windows 8.1 & 8 computer by using PowerShell commands.

How to view all Installed Programs, Apps or Packages on Windows 10/8/8.1

Step 1. Open PowerShell with Administrative privileges.

1. At Cortana's search box, type powershell *

* Note: On Windows 8, 8.1: Press the 'Windows' + 'S' keys to open the search box and type powershell.

2. Right click on Windows PowerShell on the results and select Run as administrator.

Step 2. View Installed Programs, Apps & Packages.

A. How to View all Installed Programs on a Windows 10 PC.
B. How to View all Installed Store Apps & Packages in Windows 10.
A. How to View all Installed Programs on Windows 10.

If you want to view a list of all the installed applications in Windows 10, use one of the following methods:

Method 1: List Installed Programs by using 'WMIC' command.

1. In PowerShell (admin) type the following command and press Enter.

  • wmic

2. At 'wmic:rootcli>' prompt, type:

  • product get name, version, vendor

– Alternately, if you want to view the installed programs on a domain computer, give the following command:

  • /node:ComputerName product get name, version, vendor

*Note: where ComputerName = The Name of the Computer. e.g.: If the name of the computer is 'Cougar', then the command will be:

TIP: To copy the output of the command (list of installed programs) to another application (e.g. in Notepad), then:

1. Click anywhere inside the PowerShell window and CTRL + A to select all.
2. Press CTRL + C to copy the results in the clipboard.
3. Open the application you want to copy the list of programs, and press CTRL + V to paste them.

How to get more installs app free windows 10

Method 2: View Installed Programs by using the 'Get-WmiObject' command.

In PowerShell (admin)type the following command and press Enter:

  • Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product
B. How to View all Installed Apps & Packages in Windows 10.

Part 1. How to View the Installed Windows 10 Apps & Packages for All Users.

A. If you want to view a simple list* of the installed Microsoft Apps for all the users on a Windows 10 PC, give the following command in PowerShell (admin):

  • Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers Select Name, PackageFullName

* Note: The output of the above command will be a list with two (2) columns (see screenshot below). Under the 'Name' column will be displayed the full name of the Microsoft App (Name) and at the second column (PackageFullName) is displayed the Full Package Name.

TIPS:
1.
If you want to copy & paste the Name or the PackageFullName to another location (e.g. to a PowerShell command), just double-click on it until highlighted, and use Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V keyboard commands to do your job.
2. If you want to copy the full list of installed apps to another application (e.g. in Notepad), then:

1. Click anywhere inside the PowerShell window and CTRL + A to select all.
2. Press CTRL + C to copy the results in the clipboard.
3. Open the application you want to copy the list of programs, and press CTRL + V to paste them.

B. If you want to view a more detailed list* of all the installed Microsoft Apps for all the users on a Windows 10 PC, give the following command in PowerShell (admin):

  • Get-AppxPackage –AllUsers

* Note: The output of the above command will be a more detailed report for all apps installed (see screenshot-2), that contains additional information for each installed package. (e.g. the installation location of the package).

Part 2. How to View the Installed Windows 10 Apps & Packages for a Single User.

A. If you want to view a simple list, containing all the Windows Store Apps & the installed packages for a specific user account, give the following command in PowerShell (Admin):

  • Get-AppxPackage –User UserName Select Name, PackageFullName

* Note: Where UserName isthe account name of the user that you want to view the installed apps.

B. If you want to view a more detailed list of all available Microsoft packages for a specific user account, type the following command:

  • Get-AppxPackage –User UserName

* Note: Where UserName isthe account name of the user that you want to view the installed apps.

Example No 1: If you want to view all the installed apps for the user 'User1' on your personal (local) computer, then you have to type this command in PowerShell (Admin):

  • Get-AppxPackage –User User1 Select Name, PackageFullName

Example No 2: If you want to view all the installed apps of domain computer/user type the 'Get-AppxPackage' command in the following format:*

  • Get-AppxPackage –User DomainNameUser1 Select Name, PackageFullName

* e.g. If the Domain Name is 'WINTIPS' and the domain user is the 'User1', then the command should be:

  • Get-AppxPackage –User WINTIPSUser1 Select Name, PackageFullName

That's it!
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20+ exit points on a Google Play listing page

This is one little trick that will increase the installs of your Android app/game when users reach the Google Play store, as it will prompt the install window pop-up instead of showing the program details page.

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It works only when you are sending out users to the Google Play Store listing of your app/game. By default, if you send users to the details page they will see the product details, screenshots, reviews and so on. Lots of exit points for your possible user, as they can change their mind and decide not to install your app if they spend too much time on page or if they click on external links. You can see in the image below marked with red the possible exit points for a regular Google Play listing:

For an app that has at least 4 reviews there are a minimum of 23 exit points:

  • In the header part alone, there are the navigational links under the Google Play logo (6 in total if you count that the logo is clickable too).
  • The search bar along with the account information on the right (at least 3 possible exit points).
  • Google+ icons of reviewers, as those link out to G+ (at least 4 of them if you have that many reviews). That if you don’t count the “Write your own review” link and add to wishlist which can postpone the install decision.
  • The similar apps, which are links to competitors (around 6 of them), plus the developer contact links (which still can postpone a decision). If the developer has other apps, those are exit points too.

For a regular product listing page, these will decrease installs and reduce conversions. So how do you solve this and improve conversions for app installs?

Increase conversions by forcing the install window

As you can see, lots of possible exit points for your users. However, if they decide to give your app a try they will click on the Install button (if the app is free, that is) and then they will see an inpage pop-up window. This window is better because it only has 2 exit points: if the user clicks on the Cancel button, or if the user clicks anywhere outside of the pop-up window as you can see below:

How To Get More Installs App Free Fire

Just 2 exit points in the popup window

You see where I’m going now? If you could send your possible users to the second page, the one where they have only 2 possible exit-points instead of 23 exit-points, your app installs will increase. Because it’s a known fact that conversion increases with the decrease of possible actions. If on page A you have 23 buttons and only one main action you’re interested in, you’ll have a poorer conversion than on page B where you have only 2 buttons (one being the main action).

The only problem is that Google Play doesn’t let you show directly the in-page popup window. Or does it? I discovered that by adding a simple parameter that has as a value your package id, the popup window is shown directly to the user.

Here’s how the regular URL looks for a Google Play listing (eliminating other parameters for language and tracking as they’re irrelevant here:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.homesnap

Here’s how you can force Google Play to show the inpage pop-up window:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.homesnap&rdid=com.homesnap

How To Get More Installs App Free

I bolded the rdid parameter that actually invokes the pop-up window. Voila, if you add this parameter to your Google Play link, now you can send users directly to the product page with the install pop-up opened and ready for them to click on that green Install button. If your app is paid, it will show the Continue button for them to finalize the purchase.

This works if they are logged into Google Play. But what if they aren’t? Well, here’s what it will show if they aren’t logged in:

It actually helps you because it forces them to sign-in and when they’re signed in they will still see the install popup page. Again, it helps conversion by reducing the number of steps your users have to do to install your Android app.

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I’d be more than happy if you shared your results here on how this trick increased your conversions, or why not any other feedback you have.

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