Hmm, I have just tried installed ADW Cleaner using Chocolatey GUI, and it has worked fine for me. Can you please go to the C:/programdata/Chocolatey GUI/logs folder and add them to the tickets that you raised on the GitHub issues
0.10.9 is the version number of Chocolatey, not Chocolatey GUI
So, from the error message, it looks like some of the core PowerShell cmdlets are missing when Chocolatey is running, i..e Invoke-WebRequest. I am assuming that if you open up a PowerShell window, and type Invoke-WebRequest and hit enter, that it will come back and prompt you for some input. Correct? I have seen this sort of problem once before, but as yet, we haven't been able to find a solution.
Unfortunately, the issues that you are seeing are not really anything to do with Chocolatey, but rather the Chocolatey packages that you are trying to install. Those are two seperate things, and need to be treated as such.
Well, that is your opinion, and I am happy for you to have it. I on the other hand believe differently. For me, installing using Chocolatey is a far superior way of installing, and updating packages. I have been using it for over 7 years, without any major problems.
As I have mentioned, out of the packages that you have attempted, at least two of them are out of date, and need some attention. I would suggest that you reach out to the maintainers of those packages, and ask them to address the issues that are contained within them.
But you see the problems on my site? It doesn't work? Why not? Thats not the question of the user. One week before the same problem with Totalcomander. Chat, Ticket, Issue..... then it works. This all only to install ONE program? And after the next Version of the program the same? Why the solution is not, that the error on the userside makes a request to the maintainer, that it doesn't work?
@Schneehexe if you have suggestions on how we can improve this, I am open to hearing them. However, bear in mind that Chocolatey is an Open Source application, and the maintainers of the packages are doing so in their spare time.
I know this, its commendable of course. I like to have open source where possible an I like to contribute therefore. I tried chocolatey as an easy way to keep my open source software updatet, but I learned on my side, this is not the way.