Get a List of all Installed Programs in Vista from your Command Line
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The first thing we need to do is open a command Prompt.
- Click the Start Orb and type CMD in the search box.
- Click cmd.exe at the top of the search results.
- At the Cmd prompt type wmic and hit enter.
- You will now see wmic:root\cli>Type product get name,version hit enter.
Now after a few moments all you’re installed programs with their version numbers will be listed.
If you want to export the list to a HTML file, type /output:c:\ProgramList.htm product get name,version
or if you prefer a text file type /output:c:\ProgramList.txt product get name,version
You can also change the name and location of the file by replacing “c” and Programlist.txt to whatever you prefer.
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