Free allows you to detect the configuration of a computer
3.9  (189 votes)
4.7 (See all) is a computer analyzing tool that aims to identify your system components and to provide essential information regarding both the hardware and the software installed on your machine. In addition, it offers an easy solution to update the drivers for which new editions are released.

The application is actually a plug-in that automatically connects you to the developer's site each time you launch the program. It performs a quick scan of your system to give you information about your computer configuration. This way, you receive a detailed overview of the operating system, processor, motherboard, memory, peripherals, and other devices. Then the report can be send to a printer or via email, exported as a PDF file, or shared on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

In addition, this tool allows you to update your drivers. Once the detection of drivers is enabled, you are provided with a list of the most recent editions ready to be downloaded. What's more, you have an ability to monitor the temperature of the processor and other hardware to keep your computer system under good working conditions.

In conclusion, is a system analysis and monitoring tool designed for those users interested in finding details about their computer components. Above this, it allows you to easily download the newest versions of the outdated drivers.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary


  • Provides a report of your system configuration.
  • Monitors the processor's temperature.
  • Helps you download drivers.
  • It is free.


  • You need to be careful when installing the program; you may download unwanted additional tools.

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Christian Romeo

Christian Romeo I rated this as 5 star because I have tried it and there is no other thing like it.

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Sylvain_B Good plug-in to update drivers.

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Guest Try SPlayer. I assure you you gonna kick VLC and MPC

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