This post is part of the series on installing Notepad++’.
The plugin manager was never an integral part of Notepad++, but always shipped as part of the standard installer. This changed as of version 7.5.
I only recently discovered this when installing Notepad++ on a newy rebuilt PC. I came to install the Compare plugin and couldn’t find the Plugin Manager entry on the Plugins menu:
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