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Listing of Programs installed on PC


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tgray98

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Is there a simple way to print a list of programs installed on a PC?
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Well I guess you could go to Start>Settings>Control Panel and goto the Add or Remove Programs list. Then you could take a screenshot of it by pressing the "Print Screen-SysRq" button on your keyboard and then goto paint and paste the screenshot. Then you could print from there. Hope this helps.
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You can try going to System Information, finding the information you want to print, copy/paste it into a Word Document or other editor, then print. In the System Information window under File Menu it allows you to save this information or to print. Never used it so don't know if it prints the entire list shown, which is many, many pages or just what you may have showing in the right pane.

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Another option is FileListSiever

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Select the folder and the method you want to print to

http://www.freebyte....elistsiever.zip
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I will try the file list program.
Thank You,
Tom
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