Windows 10: UWP app creation doubts about adding some parameters using Windows 10 Powershell command prompt

Discus and support UWP app creation doubts about adding some parameters using Windows 10 Powershell command prompt in Microsoft Windows 10 Store to solve the problem; Hi, I am using windows 10 powershell (admin prvg) command prompt to create UWP app. Everything fine. Now, I would like to add some parameters... Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows 10 Store' started by satheeshsoft, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. UWP app creation doubts about adding some parameters using Windows 10 Powershell command prompt


    Hi,

    I am using windows 10 powershell (admin prvg) command prompt to create UWP app. Everything fine.


    Now, I would like to add some parameters using this same via powershell command prompt.


    =====================


    1. Add Internet (Client) and Private Networks (Client & Server) capabilities in the Package.appxmanifest



    2. Add Background Tasks declaration in the Declarations tab of the Package.appxmanifest with following properties

    General, System event, Timer, ExecutableOrStartPageIsRequired and "Entry point" name: ExitTask.ExitNode



    =====================


    Regards,

    Satheesh

    :)
     
    satheeshsoft, Mar 6, 2019
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  2. IngeAgly Win User

    How to kill a UWP app using Command Prompt or Powershell on Windows 10?

    Besides clicking End Task via Task Manager to kill/terminate UWP apps running on Windows 10, are there any ideas on how to kill/terminate a UWP app running on Windows 10 using Command Prompt or Powershell (in case Task Manager is inaccessible or you have
    to use loop commands to terminate it)?

    ***Post has been moved by the moderator to the appropriate forum category.***
     
    IngeAgly, Mar 6, 2019
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  3. ryanly Win User
    GPU-Z what command line parameter ?

    Current /? (-?) or / help (-help) parameter is invalid
     
    ryanly, Mar 6, 2019
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  4. Naki Win User

    UWP app creation doubts about adding some parameters using Windows 10 Powershell command prompt

    GPU-Z what command line parameter ?

    Suggestion: /? (-?) and /help (-help) command-line arguments to show a list of all possible arguments in a small window. *Smile UWP app creation doubts about adding some parameters using Windows 10 Powershell command prompt :)
     
    Naki, Mar 6, 2019
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