Speccy gets improved Windows 10 Creators Update support
Speccy 1.31 and Speccy Portable 1.31 have been released by Piriform and they’re updated versions of the system information tool for Windows PCs.
Speccy 1.31 features
Version 1.31 comes with promises of improved compatibility with the recent Creators Update and offers users the ability to get detailed stats about their computer for diagnostic or for sharing purposes.
Speccy 1.31 also enhances the architecture of the 32-bit build and it comes with updated GPU information and sensor tracking together with the usual minor tweaks which include enhanced localization and language support, minor bug fixes and also some GUI improvements.This program also offers a summary of key components on launch including audio, optical drives, operating system, RAM, CPU, motherboard, graphics, and storage.
Alongside the selected summary stats are the chosen temperature gauges which let users quickly spot potential cooling issues. Users can also use the left-hand navigation pane to browse sections for peripherals and networking. The OS section also includes some cool extras such as a list of scheduled tasks, running services and where the system folders point to.
In order to help with diagnoses, users can save snapshots of system information to load into Speccy on other machines or they can export the information in XML or text format for a wider sharing process. Users also have the ability to minimize the app to the Taskbar Notification Area where a dynamically updated figure makes it very easy to monitor a particular component’s temperature over a period of time.
The tool is precious for all PC enthusiasts. Speccy 1.31 and Speccy Portable 1.31 are both freeware and available for download for PCs running Windows XP or later . You can purchase a professional version for $19.95 with premium support and automatic updates.
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