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Add or Remove shows me what is installed, but I need to take a snapshot of it and most of the time, I cannot see the whole thing. So I have to scrool down and scroll up. That list must be coming from somewhere, so there is my problem.
What can I use to take that snapshot of the whole list of the apps installed in the computer? Whatever I use must be a windows utility, not a third party app.
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If your list of programs is too long for one screen then you will need to take 1 snapshot of what you can see and another one of the remaining programs. You can also click start, my computer, double click c:\, double click program files, go to the top of the window and click view and click list. This will give you all the folders that your programs are in. To take a snapshot of any window in windows just hold "alt" and press "prt scrn" Next go into microsoft Paint and click edit at the top of the window and click paste. This will paste the snapshot into paint. You can take a snapshot of the Add/remove programs window if you want or any other window.

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Or hit 'START' >>>>'PROGRAMS' and take a screenshot of that. Less detail
but it lists your installed programs. If they still don't fit within your desired snapshot increase the screen resolution to make text smaller.
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