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Pretty neat tool from Piriform. The same guys that do CCleaner and Recuva.
Provides system information and it is available for install and portable.

http://www.piriform.com/speccy
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Somebody beat me to this post...by plenty of time

http://www.technibble.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10859
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Speccy is nice and fast and I use it but . . . .
I am looking for a little app that will do the "inventory" and save to a .txt file.
Ideally I could customize the output.
Right now I save a speccy file to my thumbdrive in case I need it later but I would sure like something that is more flexible in format.
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Speccy is nice and fast and I use it but . . . .
I am looking for a little app that will do the "inventory" and save to a .txt file.
Ideally I could customize the output.
Right now I save a speccy file to my thumbdrive in case I need it later but I would sure like something that is more flexible in format.
You might like this then
http://www.alexnolan.net/software/sysspec.htm

although it states xp only and i haven't tested it on a vista machine yet.
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You might like this then
http://www.alexnolan.net/software/sysspec.htm

although it states xp only and i haven't tested it on a vista machine yet.
This program looks somewhat familiar.
I think I tried this program out, and was goin' to add it to my script so that you could audit the PC's that you are working on..

One thing though .. from the command line, it only outputs the front/main page to a .txt file;. A 'summary' of the SysInfo report if you'd like ..
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You might like this then
http://www.alexnolan.net/software/sysspec.htm

although it states xp only and i haven't tested it on a vista machine yet.
Hmmm - I am somehow unable to get to this URL...
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Try this link SysSpec

Thanks. .I think this is what I want. .
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