For example, you can search for "Word" to find "winword.exe" if you don't know the file name.
All in one place.
And it's not just what Windows "thinks" is there based on Registry entries, but any EXE or file, like SYS, DLL, or whatever you asked ezaudit to inventory.
Even if they're just copied to the hard drive (portable apps for example) and not actually installed.
This search is possible when you do Full Audits where ezaudit collects
complete information on all .EXE files on your PC or server.
This is like the Control Panel's "Programs and Features" in that it show what's installed. But it goes much further than that.
Find who has, or is missing Microsoft
Updates by KB number. Search by partial matches, and more.
You only need to do a Basic Audit if this is all you need to know about your PC software inventory.
And those take under 10 seconds to complete.
Don't rely on what Office suites
are installed (as other programs do).
Often there are mixed installations, like Access from Office 2010 and the rest from Office 2013. Windows will show both suites installed, which isn't technically correct.
This shows you how many of Word, Excel, etc. you have and
version (e.g. 2007, 2013, etc.)
This search requires that you run Full Audits