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How do you find your useful specs?


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My friend and me were wondering, is there a way to find all your useful specs to show you guys in one stop?


My friend and me were playing a game, and it lagged so bad, even though he had DSL, the same as me, which never lags, so I figured it was his computer.I asked him for the specs and ya, that's why I am asking....

Please, he isn't very..... computer savvy, I can find all my stuff, but I got to go all over my computer, and I don't want to tell him all that.



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With this tool you can see all system specs, I realy like it:

http://www.snapfiles...et/everest.html

It's freeware software, you can download it from the site above..
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With this tool you can see all system specs, I realy like it:

http://www.snapfiles...et/everest.html

It's freeware software, you can download it from the site above..


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Even better.

http://www.alexnolan...are/sysspec.htm

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The sysspec program is very good, thanks.
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I have downloaded SysSpec and it's much easier and simplier, but I think that Everest have much more options :tazz:
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Even better.

http://www.alexnolan...are/sysspec.htm

ScHwErV :tazz:



Thanks! This one rocks!

Offtopic: I love your signature, I tell that to my mom alot. She gets quite mad, then when I get a problem, she laughs and says its my fault, and I just reply, "Yup, probably!"

That really ticks her.
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