Auslogics System Information provides comprehensive and easy to understand information about your system configuration.
It will show hardware configuration, video-card information, OS details, list of running processes, and other information. This information can be saved as a file and sent to technical support.
Get To Know Your Computer
With hardly a stumble, this utility quickly collects and reports information about your system. The program's multipage interface is logically ordered, easily navigated, and sortable. You will especially enjoy the last, as columns on each page can be immediately sorted with quick clicks on category headers. The simple and advanced modes are very similar and most users tend to choose the latter.
Auslogics System Information is both reliable and comprehensive; both primary requirements of this genre. It's also quick. Total system scans took seconds on our test machines. Fourteen categories of information, ranging from hardware to operating system are logically displayed.
Why Auslogics System Information?
Unlike other similar products, Auslogics System Information has many advanced features. Information from pages can be placed on the clipboard with a single click. Creating a report for your IT department couldn't be easier as you merely choose HTML, XML, or plain text and press a single button. Visual charts and diagrams will help evaluate the state of your computer.
# Performance Page
Monitor the CPU load, memory (RAM) consumption and page file usage history. Get a quick snapshot of how many software programs are running, how many windows are open, and how many startup applications you have. You can then use Auslogics BoostSpeed or similar software to see what can be optimized.
# Disk Information
Use Auslogics System Information to get details on the disk drives installed on your computer. You can see absolutely everything there is to know about your hard disk and removable drives if you also explore the Drives Properties page (available in Advanced Mode).
# Device Manager
System Information has an integrated Device Manager that you can use to lookup information about all visible and hidden devices installed on your computer. The devices you can see range from disk drives to keyboards, printers, and so on.
Pentium Proccessor, 16 MB RAM, 10 MB HDD