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Utility for listing all installed applications on PC

Posted on 2004-08-15
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Does anyone know of a good utility program, preferably freeware, that will list all installed applications on the PC.  I would like this so that if I need to re-build my PC, I will have a complete listing of the applications that are installed.

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To go a little farther you can use
Fresh Diagnose
http://www.freshdiagnose.com/

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Glad it all worked out for you

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