Windows 11 has brought winget into the Operating System baseline. Windows users and developers can now get native command line based package management the likes of apt and pacman on Linux or homebrew on macOS without needing to install any additional utilities like Chocolatey.
Installing a new application can be as simple as searching for it and running the applications install Name or Id. I’ve found using the Id will result in less name collisions.
For something like PeaZip where it comes back with a single match for peazip using the shorter name value will work.
Unfortunately for git a simple winget install git won’t cut it. Another package has a name collision so the full id is better used here.