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In order to be able to manage your projects' packages, you need the NuGet Package Manager. This is a Visual Studio Extension, explained in the official docs: Installing and Updating NuGet Client. Starting with Visual Studio 2012, NuGet is included in every edition, and can be used from: Tools ->...
When you right-click a project (or its References folder), you can click the "Manage NuGet Packages..." option. This shows the Package Manager Dialog.
Click the menus Tools -> NuGet Package Manager -> Package Manager Console to show the console in your IDE. Official documentation here. Here you can issue, amongst others, install-package commands which installs the entered package into the currently selected "Default project": Ins...
To update a package use the following command: PM> Update-Package EntityFramework where EntityFramework is the name of the package to be updated. Note that update will run for all projects, and so is different from Install-Package EntityFramework which would install to "Default project&q...
PM> Uninstall-Package EntityFramework
PM> Uninstall-Package -ProjectName MyProjectB EntityFramework
PM> Install-Package EntityFramework -Version 6.1.2
nuget sources add -name feedname -source http://sourcefeedurl
It is common for company to set up it's own nuget server for distribution of packages across different teams. Go to Solution Explorer and click Right Mouse button then choose Manage NuGet Packages for Solution In window that opens click on Settings Click on + in top right corner the...
PM> uninstall-Package EntityFramework -Version 6.1.2

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