From time to time, we'll invest in a new PC. We look at the specification and choose the PC relevant to our requirements. We place the order and wait for delivery. On delivery, do we bother to check whether we've received what we've ordered? Apart from the obvious aspects, such as the LCD, style of case and so on, there's little clue to what we've received is the correctly specified computer.
Auslogics System Information 1.0.4 is a tool that you can use to check the contents of your new PC and check them against what you've ordered. It will detail the components inside your PC. This includes your memory configuration, graphics card, hard drive size and much more. You can then print off a technical report, along with various graphics and other information.
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