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Are there any good tools for reporting on a computer’s specs?

Is there a program that could give me a summary of a PC's spec - processor, ammount of RAM disk and so on.

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marked as duplicate by Mehper C. Palavuzlar, Sathya, KronoS, harrymc, BinaryMisfit Nov 8 '10 at 16:30

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Really nice little program. Freeware. Gives good detailed information – Joe Taylor Nov 8 '10 at 16:00

the DirectX Diagnostic Tool gives a summary of the hardware in a system, and should be present on all Windows machines.

entering dxdiag into a Run box and pressing Enter/Return should pull it up.

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I'm a fan of the (now discontinued) AIDA32 programme. Wikipedia Article | MajorGeeks Download.

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We use AIDA64 and it's still awesome. – Shinrai Nov 8 '10 at 16:36

You can use the WMIC command at the prompt on XP and later.

For example

wmic CPU list full /format:htable > COMPUTERSYSTEM.HTML

will dump CPU details to a HTML file.

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