System Information


System Information takes a deep look into your computer and gathers numerous facts and information about your hardware and software in only a few seconds. This data can be important for you when you want to upgrade the system or when you are asked by a support technician if certain components are installed on your computer.

Backing up your Windows driver files means they will be available to you the next time you need to reinstall the driver or the whole operating system. Driver Backup places the driver files in one organized location you selected.


How to Use

The particular facts are compiled within nine tabs. The most important one is the Overview. It includes the most important information about the most important equipment. Here you can see which processor is installed in the computer, there is information about the memory, the performance of the graphics card, which mouse is used and which facts can be given about the various drives.

In the other tabs you get acquainted to the following information:

All tabs

Memory This tab shows the current memory load by displaying all currently running programs and how much memory they take up.
Display All essential information and supported modes and features of both the monitor and the graphics card are listed here.
Network All essential information and features of both the net adapter and internet connection style.
I/O Devices In this tab, all important ports of your computer, the installed printer drivers and the audio devices are listed.
System Devices Information about the processor and the BIOS is given here.
Performance You can read all facts concerning the physical memory, the size of the swap file and the kernel. Three animated real-time monitors show you the processor load, the state of the physical memory and the usage of the swap file.