Use the Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line to list all installed programs

Windows comes with a command line version of the Management Instrumentation (WMIC).To get the list of all installed programs in a text file, simply enter the following command in a prompt:
wmic product > c:product.txt
To get a list of installed apps on a remote PC you can do the command:
wmic /node:”PC NAME” product list
The results are easily imported into Excel.

Courtesy of Q&A: Dos command to list all installed programs | TechRepublic.

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