This post is part of the series on installing Notepad++’.
As discussed in the last post, the PLugin Manager for Notepad++ has been removed. In this post, I’m going to step through the process of getting it back.
Navigate to the nppPluginManager page on Github and download the relevant version of the plugin (if using the 32-bit version of Notepad++, download the UNI version):
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