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Is there an alternative that is like everest home edition that works with windows ?


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The AIDA64 offers a complete set of tools to benchmark, overclock, monitor, fine-tune, and troubleshoot Windows based desktop and mobile computers.


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Does it even give specs etc?

 

I will download it and have a look actually.   Thank you.


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AIDA64 didn't give me the information that I wanted like Everest does.


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I have never used Everest what kind of information you are looking for?


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One that can tell me what type of ram my PC can handle, all the settings and ins and outs like everest did, was a bloody good app and doesn't work on windows 10, the one that you game me only give me the basics.


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Have a look at the Chipset tab it should tell you memory modules your computer supports.

 

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