How can one get a list of all Store apps installed on a computer?


It looks as if I’m going to have to rebuild a computer and I need it to get it back quickly.  I cannot find a way to list all the apps asside from going through and doing screen prints.  I can get the list in the Store>My Library>(under Apps click Show All) but then it is many screen captures to get it.  Would seem reasonable that I SHOULD be able to get a list much simpler.  Interestingly I can get a list printed from my account of those I bought.

Anyone have an idea?

Comments (5)

5 responses to “How can one get a list of all Store apps installed on a computer?”

  1. Patrick3D

    In an Administrator Powershell:

    Get-AppxPackage | Select Name

    That will give you the name of every Store app that is installed (including Microsoft's bloat)

    • lwetzel

      In reply to Patrick3D:


      Also found PowerShell:

      Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Product | Select-Object -Property Name | Sort-Object Name

      Gives a list of products as they are installed by the Windows installer sorted by name no less.

      Haven't used Powershell much but there is power there for sure.

  2. lordbaal1

    Settings, apps & features. It shows every app installed.