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    estra is offline Windows Enthusiast
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    Default List installed apps on a local computer with PowerShell

    Source - Windows PowerShell Blog

    The following is the PowerShell (version 2.0+) command to list software that is installed on a local computer:

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    gp HKLM:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\* |Select DisplayName, DisplayVersion, Publisher, InstallDate, HelpLink, UninstallString |ogv
    There is also a variation on that, and also a different command for x64 systems that you can find at the source under the comments.


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    nice share estra.......i am looking for such scripts which can help me learn powershell

    I learn from examples

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    Really good, I agree with riteshtechie

    Thank you

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    That's a handy tip. I dindn't know it. Thanks estra.

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