Repair Tool of the Week: System Information

System Info for Windows (aka SIW) is a stand alone application for gathering information about the computer it is run on. Like other system information tools such as Aida32 or Everest it will display your CPU and Motherboards speeds and make, system temperature, operating system CD keys etc..

However, SIW displays so much more its frightening. For example, all your saved passwords such as outlook express, outlook, msn, icq, aim, trillian and any password you saved in your browser in plain text. Read on for a complete list of information it can display.

Software
Operating System
System Directories
Installed Programs
Applications
Licenses
System Files
Accessibility Settings
Enviroment
Regional Settings
File Associations
Running Processes
Loaded DLLs
Drivers
NT Services
NT Pipes
Autorun
Scheduled Tasks
Databases
Audio and Video Codecs
Shared DLLs
ActiveX
Open Files
Groups and Users
Protected Files
Secrets (passwords)

Hardware:
System Info
Motherboard
Sensors
BIOS
CPU Info
Devices
PCI
System Slots
Network Cards
Memory
Video
Storage Devices
Ports
Printers

Network
Network Information
Extra Info
Neighborhood Scan
Open Ports
Shares
RAS Connections
My Network Places
Search Network Neighborhood

System Information works on the following platforms:
Microsoft Windows 98/Me/NT4/2000/XP/Server 2003/Media Center/Tablet PC/Windows 2003 Server R2/Windows Server 2003 x64/Windows XP x64/Windows Vista

Screenshot:

System Info

Downloads:

Download at the Official System Info Site – (1.29 – 1.56mb)



Bryce Whitty

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Bryce Whitty
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Bryce is an Australian computer technician and the founder of Technibble. He started his computer repair business when he was 17 years old and is still running it 9 years later. He is an avid traveller and spends at least a month of the year in another country.

Comments (2)

  • Geoffrey Davenport says:

    glorious product

  • TomOsborne says:

    This tool could come in verrrrry handy, my Dad made me a bet and said “If you can find out my bank account password I use to login to online baking, you can have whatever is in it ;)