What was the name of that program....

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  1. spy1

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    That you could install, that told you everything that you could possibly want to know about all the hardware on your computer?

    It was free for a long time, but then it went "pay".

    Can't remember the name of it to save my life. Pete
     
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    Hello,
    Maybe Everest??
    Mrk
     
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    If you just want the most detailed information and not the benchmarks, here's one that will make you forget about Everest, Sandra and all the rest:

    http://www.faronics.com/html/SysProfiler.asp

    It's called System Profiler from Faronics, and it's free.
     
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    Is Belarc Advisor what you looking for? Here's the link. Click Here
     
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    If Everest is what you are looking for, an older free vers. can still be found HERE
     
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    it sounds like Everest to me too. i really like pcwizard though when it comes to checking system specs. it also does benchmarking, and finds drivers and loads more. it's great!! :cool:
    http://www.cpuid.com/pcwizard.php
     
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    Concerning SIW.....

    I did have one instance after first installing SIW where my FW alerted me that it was trying to send home an e mail. o_O :eek: I blocked it. The program still functioned fine. I then promptly removed it. And yes, I had d\l`d it from the Authors website.
     
  9. spy1

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    Thanks, everyone. You guys are great.

    The one I was trying to remember was aida32 - but I d/l'ed and will play with all of them.

    Thanks again! Pete
     
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