Open the Package Manager Console and use the Update-Package cmd-let to update all packages.

If this doesn’t work, you have other two solution. Always in Package Manager Console you type one of those:

First solution
  1. $list = Get-package -project {Add project name here} for($i=0; $i -lt $list.Length;$i ++ ) { Update-Package -project {Add project name here} $list[$i].Id }

Replace {Add project name here} with your project name without braket

Second solution
  1. foreach ($p in get-project -all) { update-package -ProjectName $p.ProjectName }


Happy coding!

By Enrico

My greatest passion is technology. I am interested in multiple fields and I have a lot of experience in software design and development. I started professional development when I was 6 years. Today I am a strong full-stack .NET developer (C#, Xamarin, Azure)

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