Speccy is a useful software for displaying hardware information on your system. The program reports on the front page a summary of system hardware that can be accessed by clicking on each hardware separately to see detailed information. If you want the type of processor, the technology used, the RAM technology, whether it’s DDR3 or DDR4, if you want to know if your hard drive is SATA or SSD if SATA is SATA you have multiple versions, several slots on the motherboard, several slides You have PCI Express. Whether you are using onboard graphics or a separate graphics card, what is the markup, what is the current version of BIOS and many other similar information.
This program provides all this information in a tree-based and orderly manner. Where necessary links are provided. For example in the BIOS section you can click on the link to the manufacturer’s website and get the latest version of BIOS. For other hardware, you can also visit the website by clicking on the manufacturer and download the latest drivers.
It may not be very useful to use Speccy on the system we have assembled ourselves – which is fine, but if you are going to repair a system and want to see system parts specifications without opening the system or looking at catalogs And it will be okay. Another use of this program is when we want to make a list of parts for some reason. At this point, typing every single piece of information is frustrating and prone to error. But here with one click we can output all the information in regular formats and share them with others if needed.
32-bit program. Can run on both 32-bit and 64-bit OS.
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