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Finding out a spec of a system


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g_raham

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What's the easiest way to find out the entire spec of a pc? Plus any additional info, such as: brand, model num...

Something more detailed than using device manager.

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Hi g_raham and welcome to Geeks to Go

That's a good question. I recommend Everest Home Edition. This program should answer all your questions. I also find Belarc Advisor useful, see http://www.belarc.co...e_download.html. it's not as detailed as Everest but does let you know if any windows updates are broken and need reinstalled. very cool

Hope this helps. :tazz:
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Oh cool, the first link is exactly what i was looking for :tazz: and cheers for the additional program i'm sure it will come in handy one day.

Thanks alot
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