Microsoft PowerToys is a set of utilities for power users to tune and streamline their Windows 10 experience for greater productivity. For more info on PowerToys overviews and guides, or any other tools and resources for Windows development environments, head over to docs.microsoft.com!
|Color Picker||FancyZones||File Explorer Add-ons|
|Image Resizer||Keyboard Manager||PowerRename|
|PowerToys Run||Shortcut Guide||Video Conference Mute (Experimental)|
|Awake (Coming soon in 0.39)|
Install from the Microsoft PowerToys GitHub releases page. Click on
Assets to show the files available in the release and then click on
PowerToysSetup-0.37.2-x64.exe to download the PowerToys installer.
This is our preferred method.
To install the Video Conference mute, please use the v0.36 experimental version of PowerToys to try out this version. It includes all improvements from v0.35 in addition to the Video conference utility. Click on
Assets to show the files available in the release and then download the .exe installer.
Download PowerToys from WinGet. To install PowerToys, run the following command from the command line / PowerShell:
WinGet install powertoys
There are community driven install methods such as Chocolatey and Scoop. If these are your preferred install solutions, this will have the install instructions.
We currently support the matrix below.
|Supported||Issue #602||Issue #490|
This project welcomes contributions of all types. Help spec'ing, design, documentation, finding bugs are ways everyone can help on top of coding features / bug fixes. We are excited to work with the power user community to build a set of tools for helping you get the most out of Windows.
We ask that before you start work on a feature that you would like to contribute, please read our Contributor's Guide. We will be happy to work with you to figure out the best approach, provide guidance and mentorship throughout feature development, and help avoid any wasted or duplicate effort.
Most contributions require you to agree to a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) declaring that you have the right to, and actually do, grant us the rights to use your contribution.
For guidance on developing for PowerToys, please read the developer docs for a detailed breakdown. This includes how to setup your computer to compile.
Our prioritized roadmap of features and utilities that the core team is focusing on.
The PowerToys team is delaying our 0.39 release. We learned a lot but items took longer than expected. We have more we want done before the next release. This longer time will allow us to get in more amazing pull requests by you, the community, to add / improve functionality
Our goals for v0.37 release cycle Video Conference Mute work so we can bring it into the stable branch, general bug fixes, moving Keyboard manager out, and removing the legacy settings app.
The 0.36 experimental release was released this month as well which includes Video Conference Mute which is based off the 0.35 code base.
Our prioritized roadmap of features and utilities will dictate what the core team is focusing on for the near future.
We'd like to directly mention (in alphabetical order) for their continued community support this month and helping directly make PowerToys a better piece of software.
For v0.39 / 0.41, we are planning to work on:
The PowerToys team is extremely grateful to have the support of an amazing active community. The work you do is incredibly important. PowerToys wouldn’t be nearly what it is today without your help filing bugs, updating documentation, guiding the design, or writing features. We want to say thank you and take time to recognize your work.
This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct.
The application logs basic telemetry. Our Telemetry Data page (Coming Soon) has the trends from the telemetry. Please read the Microsoft privacy statement for more information.