A complete audit of your PC's hardware and software. Export or print reports with one click. In a matter of minutes, you'll get a thorough inventory of your system's installed hardware and software and their associated attributes and configurations.
Version: 1.0Get a complete audit of your PC's hardware and software. Easy and fast. Great for personal and business use.
Operating System: Windows
Why people love it:
- Automated - No more tedious manual PC audits. (Hint: forward it to employees!)
- Accurate - Uses Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to collect PC inventory data.
- Secure - No download required; runs right in your browser; no data sent back over the network.
- Easy - Reports can be easily printed and exported to Microsoft Outlook or Excel with a single click.
- Useful - Reports contain extensive information about PC hardware and software inventory installed on machine.
In a matter of minutes, you'll get:
- Summary report showing hardware configuration and installed software.
- Detailed view of system hardware including: processor information; memory configuration; disk drives/storage; ports/input devices; box, board and BIOS; video; and printers.
- Software details such as: operating system; installed products and versions; running processes; and services.
- User environment information including: desktop configuration; startup commands; network connections; and environment variables.
Note: Requires a Windows-based PC running Internet Explorer 6.0 or above. Security settings must allow Internet Explorer to run Microsoft's WMI ActiveX controller to scan.
Reasons to use the Express PC Audit & Inventory Tool:
- Troubleshoot PC performance issues by viewing running applications and services.
- Identify the presence (or absence) of critical security updates or hotfixes.
- Determine whether hardware or software upgrades are needed, and whether minimum requirements are met.
- Locate device model and/or serial number when replacements are needed.
- Obtain a quick inventory of all installed software when upgrading to a new PC, so you know what needs to be re-installed on the new system.