Curious About Which Versions of the MS CRT Are In Use?

Try this PowerShell command:
 
PS:1 # gps | select processname -expand Modules -ea SilentlyContinue |
>>     where {$_.ModuleName -like "msvc*.dll"} |
>>     group {$_.ModuleName} | format-list
 
 
Name   : MSVCP71.dll
Count  : 12
Group  : {CCAPP, CCEVTMGR, CCSETMGR, EDICT, iexplore, msimn, msn, NAVAPSVC,
         NPFMNTOR, SPBBCSvc, WeatherDataClient, WINWORD}
Values : {MSVCP71.dll}
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To borrow a line from the movie "The Incredibles" – "that’s totally wicked!".  🙂
 
 
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2 Responses to Curious About Which Versions of the MS CRT Are In Use?

  1. Sung says:

    How about a line from "The Matrix", "Wuah, I know Kung Foo"? s/Kung Foo/Modules names for each Process 🙂

  2. Keith says:

    Heh, heh. Yeah one of the cool things about the Monad approach is that what you can do with Monad is limited only by your imagination. MSH provides most of the tools necessary to slice and dice data like a Super Bass-o-Matic.

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