Note: this application works on Windows too (obviously), however I'm only going to talk about installing and using it in Linux, using WINE.
Win-Get is a automatic software installer and package manager for Windows inspired by apt-get. Using win-get, you can install packages in WINE just like with apt-get:
win-get install firefox vlc
It also supports other apt-get like commands such as:
And so on.
win-get search APPLICATION
If the installer of your application supports it, win-get can even install your application automatically, so you don't have to click through the setup wizard.
You can see a complete list of applications which you can install using Win-Get (the Win-Get repository), HERE.
How To Install Win-Get in Linux
To download and install Win-Get, simply run the following commands in a terminal:
chmod +x win-get.exe
Now, to be able to use Win-Get as easy as... win-get, you must create a file in your bin folder and paste a simple line of code. Create the file using the following command:
sudo gedit /usr/local/bin/win-get &
And paste this inside the newly created file:
wine ~/.wine/drive_c/windows/win-get-0.1.2/win-get.exe $@
Then make the newly created file executable:
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/win-get
When running Win-Get for the first time, update the repository:
Then you can try to install some applications.
If you want to manually download Win-Get, see HERE.
Many thanks to U8UNTU eLXER!