Managing Julia installation on Windows

So recently I came across which seems to be using Python to help with automating the installation and/or upgrading of Julia to newer releases. I think it is a great tool especially on Linux distributions (as I tend to switch between both Ubuntu and Arch) since it will not be tied to the distribution’s package manager.

On Windows, I have always been using scoop, a command-line installer in Powershell to handle my Julia installation. I use scoop to also handle quite a number of other tools that I use (eg. ffmpeg, openjdk, r).

Is there any reason I should let the management of the Julia installation be done using instead of scoop? I’m not sure if there is the problem that other package managers such as chocolatey providing incorrect binary dependencies as stated on the github page, but I believe scoop downloads the zip package from the Julia website.