Windows command where

February 11, 2017

You can use the windows command 'where' to find all of the .exe executable files in a given directory.   See this example:

 

 The where command find all files followed by the extension '.exe', in the C drive directory, and then lists them in c<\foofolder in the text file named 'exelist.txt' that is generated.

 

 

 

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