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Find an installed app

Terminal - Find an installed app
wmic product | findstr /I "name_of_app"
2014-01-29 14:17:06
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Find an installed app

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Does not seem to work on my linux machine - Is this for the Microsoft Windows command line ?

Comment by makda 83 weeks and 2 days ago

Guess the tag doesn't show, but, ya, I tagged it as Windows. to do this in a Debian based distro or any distro that uses aptitude, you can use

sudo aptitude search * | egrep -i ^i

which will find all installed apps or

sudo aptitude search | egrep -i name_of_app
Comment by shawn_abdushakur 83 weeks and 2 days ago

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