System Info | Speccy 1.24.632
Author: Piriform Ltd.
Date: 11/14/2013 07:37 AM
Size: 5.29 MB
Requires: Win 8 / Win 7 / Vista/ XP
Downloads: 37091 times
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What's in your computer? If you're like most of us, you can probably name the processor (Intel or AMD, Celeron or Pentium), maybe how much RAM it has, and maybe how big the hard drive is.
When you go to a computer store and see all the bright shiny PCs laid out next to each other, most will have tags or stickers indicating the:
Two or three years later, when it comes time to upgrade your computer, that tag or sticker may be long gone. Speccy was designed as a free electronic "what's inside" sticker for your PC.
Why do I need Speccy?
At first glance, Speccy may seem like an application for system administrators and power users. It certainly is, but Speccy can also help normal users, in everyday computing life.
If you need to add more memory to your system, for example, you can check how many memory slots your computer has and what memory's already installed. Then you can go out and buy the right type of memory to add on or replace what you've already got.
If you're going to be selling your PC, you can use Speccy to quickly list out the components. Or, if you're buying a PC, you can use Speccy to check that the computer has what the label says it has.
Also, Speccy comes in handy for support. If you're on the phone with technical support and they want to know what video card you have installed, there's no need to hunt around Windows. Speccy has all the information on one easy-to-understand screen.
Added USB storage device detection.
Improved CPU and motherboard temperature reading accuracy.
Added option to skip User Account Control warning.
Added ability to refresh Speccy data.
Added option to start Speccy with Windows.
Enhanced hard drive information to include sector and track data.
Added scriptable parameters for XML and TXT data export (professional edition only).
Improved network adaptor detection.
Improved debug mode notification.
Minor bug fixes and GUI improvements.
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