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Not tested speccy yet, so cannot comment.

 

But im assuming its similar to specyy.

 

whats the comparison?

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Yes SIW gives a lot more info I've had it for a long long time.

 

Software

Operating System

Updates

System Directories

Installed Programs

Installed Applications

Licences

System Files

Accessibility

Environment

Regional Settings

File Associations

Running Processes

Loaded DLLs

Drivers

NT Services

NT Pipes

Autorun

Scheduled Tasks

Databases

Audio and Video Codecs

Shared DLLs

ActiveX

Open Files

Groups and Users

Protected Files

Secrets

 

Hardware

System Info

Motherboard

Sensors

BIOS

CPU Info

Devices

PCI

System Slots

Network Cards

Memory

Video

Storage Devices

Logical Disks

Ports

Battery

Printers

 

Network

Network Information

Extra Info

Neighborhood Scan

Open Ports

Shares

RAS Connections

My Network Places

Search Network Neighborhood

 

Operating System - Speccy shows 32bit

CPU - Speccy shows same info

RAM - Speccy shows same info

Motherboard - Speccy shows same info

Graphics - Speccy shows same info

Hard Drives - Speccy shows same info

Optical Drives - Speccy shows same info

Audio - SIW doesn't really show it as a device, PCI or what ever

 

SIW does show a lot more info though. SIW saves the info to an HTML file, come on Speccy. ;)

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SIW is not bad but it's a little buggy for me :)

 

No CPU tempture display for my poor old P4 (same as Speccy though) and apparently I have a Maxtor Hard Drive made by Lite-On lol

 

Richard S.

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SIW don't work for me as my puter's joined to a domain

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siw dose alot more than Speccy but right now but if Speccy could get there hardware detection and other minor bug they fixed then i could see them staert looking at adding features like siw

 

SIW can create a report file (CSV, HTML, TXT or XML), and is able to run in batch mode (for Computer Software and Hardware Inventory, Asset Inventory Tracking, Audit Software Licenses, Software License Compliance).

 

The system information is divided into few major categories:

 

* Software Inventory: Operating System, Installed Software and Hotfixes, Processes, Services, Users, Open Files, System Uptime, Installed Codecs, Software Licenses (Product Keys / Serial Numbers / CD Key), Secrets (Password Recovery).

* Hardware Inventory: Motherboard, Sensors, BIOS, CPU, chipset, PCI/AGP, USB and ISA/PnP Devices, Memory, Video Card, Monitor, Disk Drives, CD/DVD Devices, SCSI Devices, S.M.A.R.T., Ports, Printers.

* Network Information: Network Cards, Network Shares, currently active Network Connections, Open Ports.

* Network Tools: MAC Address Changer, Neighborhood Scan, Ping, Trace, Statistics

* Miscellaneous Tools: Eureka! (Reveal lost passwords hidden behind asterisks), Monitor Test, Shutdown / Restart.

* Real-time monitors: CPU, Memory, Page File usage and Network Traffic.

 

once specy dose all of that and well it will be my replacment for siw

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