A new way to install SMM service providers has been added to Windows 10.
The feature, dubbed SMM Package Manager, was previously only available in Windows Server 2012 R2, but it’s now available in all versions of Windows 10 starting with Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 15342.
It’s available to Windows Insiders who have an Insider Preview for Windows 10 who have enabled the SMM Service Provider setting in the Microsoft Insider Program settings.
It’s available on the Windows Insider website for Windows Insulators who have signed up for the Microsoft Edge Insider Program.
If you’re interested in this new feature, you’ll need to enable the SMMP package manager by going to Settings > System > System Properties > Advanced and enabling the SMAM Package Manager.
In addition to adding SMM to your system, Microsoft has also added support for the new SMM package manager in its Windows 10 Enterprise offering.
In an effort to make SMM easier to use and configure, Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program will offer new tools for you to manage SMM and add SMM providers, such as SMM Instance Manager, SMM Configuration Manager, and SMM Application Manager.
You can learn more about these new tools and the upcoming SMM implementation in Windows Insulator 15.
You can now manage SMMP providers with Microsoft’s SMM PowerShell.
There are also new SMMMontainer commands that you can use to manage your SMM provider.