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Batch file or powershell to check the version of installed program and OS

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hello Experts,

I am in process of creating a Script that check for operating system version and software installed version.  if the operating system build number equals 16299 and installed software version 2.8 dont do nothing if not throw a message, to update for software.
Is that possible
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product | Select-Object Name, Version | Where-Object -FilterScript {$_.Name -like "*"} 
[environment]::OSVersion.Version

i got these but, dont know where to go.

Thanks
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