Asked by: Giada Voirinasked in category: General Last Updated: 13th April, 2020
How do I open the package manager console in Visual Studio 2017?
Also, how do I show the package manager console in Visual Studio?
You can access the Package Manager Console from within Visual Studio by going to Tools -> Library Package Manager -> Package Manager Console.
Similarly, how do I open the package manager console in Visual Studio 2013? To access the NuGet package manager in Visual Studio 2013, go to Tools > Library Package Manager > Manage NuGet Packages for Solution (or if you're a CLI type, choose Package Manager Console).
Also to know, how do I open NuGet Package Manager console?
Opening the console and console controls Open the console in Visual Studio using the Tools > NuGet Package Manager > Package Manager Console command. The console is a Visual Studio window that can be arranged and positioned however you like (see Customize window layouts in Visual Studio).
How do I know which packages are installed in Visual Studio 2017?
In Visual Studio,
- go to the Project or Solution in question.
- right click, Manage NuGet Packages
- on the left, you will see 'Installed Packages'
- click on this and you will see the list.