New Speccy Update Improves Windows 10 Compatibility so it Won’t Get Removed
You already know that Windows 10 November Update caused a few problems, including deleting some ‘incompatible’ apps from the system. One of the apps that was deleted by Threshold 2 update was Speccy, a handy system information tool. But Speccy developers are aware of the problem, so they quickly released an update for the app, which makes it fully compatible with Windows 10, and prevents November Update from deleting it.
The updated version of the program, Speccy 1.29.714 as we said comes with improved Windows 10 compatibility, but the support for Intel’s latest Skylake and Broadwell processors has also been included. So, if Windows 10 November Update deleted Speccy from your computer, all you need to do is to download the updated version, and you won’t have any problems anymore.
Besides improved Windows 10 compatibility and the support for Intel’s processors, this version also improves peripheral and network adapter detection, and comes with better hardware detection algorithm, so it should work faster than before, and give you more precise and detailed info about your hardware.
Speccy is one of the most popular programs for providing detailed information about user’s system and hardware, and the best part is that it’s completely free. So all Windows users who wanted to find out more about specifications of their computers, used Speccy to find out anything they need to know about their computer. When Speccy was deleted because of Windows 10 November Update (along with other deleted programs) users were pretty unsatisfied, so the fact that developers quickly solved compatibility problems is really encouraging.
We hope that developers of other deleted software will react quick as well, and provide necessary update for their programs to work with the latest version of Windows 10.
If you want to download the latest version of Speccy, you can do it for free from its official website.
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