1. A package can be installed on a developer licensed machine. If you don't already have a dev license, one can be obtained through an installation of VS2012 or by running a PowerShell script. This article covers more on PowerShell , but this MS article covers getting a license:
2. First installation step is to run PowerShell in admin mode. To do this from the start page, simply type 'powershell' and it will appear:
3. Right-click the PowerShell icon and the app menu will appear:
4. Select 'Run as Administrator', a UAC prompt will appear, click 'Ok' and the PowerShell console will appear.
5. If you haven't run PowerShell script before, script need enabling by entering the 'Set-ExecutionPolicy unrestricted' command:
6. Type 'y + enter' and the policy will be applied. Now the package can be installed.
7. Change the path to the app location and type the name or the installation script, in this case it was 'Add-AppDevPackage.ps1'. Press enter and the installation will begin (the above picture show all these steps).
8. A new Powershell console will appear prompting you to confirm the installation type 'y + enter' to install: