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Giveaway of the day — Total Network Inventory

Total Network Inventory is an PC audit and Network inventory software for office and large scale enterprise networks.
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Inventory computers on a network in a few minutes with Total Network Inventory! Total Network Inventory is an PC audit and Network inventory software for office and large scale enterprise networks.

Total Network Inventory interrogates all computers on a network and reports back with complete information about OS, service packs, hotfixes, hardware, software, running processes, etc. on remote computers. The program is agent-free and requires no software installed on remote machines.

Total Network Inventory has been designed with the user in mind, which is reflected in its interface that provides quick and unobtrusive navigation through the program.

System Requirements:

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista

Publisher:

Softinventive Lab Inc.

Homepage:

http://www.softinventive.com/products/total-network-inventory/

File Size:

14.6 MB

Price:

$89

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#94

Same problem as #96...only free until it was updated.

Reply   |   Comment by DaveS  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#93

When I opened the application I was told there was a upgrade which I proceeded to download. Now I have an uregistered version of the software. WHAT HAPPENED??????

Reply   |   Comment by Tom  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#92

I have tried to download this software since 13-jun and it failed at 95%
I finally managed to download last night and informed it is no longer valid to register. Not Happy

Reply   |   Comment by LMJ  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#91

Hey


I dont care what they say about you guys at the Pay for software sites j/k

YOU GUYS ARE GREAT I have asked in the forums, asked here and asked the folks @ GAOTD.

Was geting frustrated and Now I am much Obliged

YOU GUYS are the BEST

THANKS AGAIN

Mike Davis aka 28





THANK YOU many times for all the responces about transfering to another PC... I saved ALL and will read later.. it's for a needed reformat. But I'll try see what fits from the responces.. So at this point please dont spend time as I will not checking comments yet

OK POINT IS


However more on that later So please no need to respond as I wont be looking for adice quite yet

AGAIN Thanks VERY much

Reply   |   Comment by Mike Davis  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#90

this is great software, it fixed all my problems and my laptop is running like new.

Reply   |   Comment by robert  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#89

Bobby (#89) - NO! Bad! Do not confuse key-logging with sniffing — they are NOT the same AT ALL. Key Scrambler might prevent key-loggers, but anything that leaves your computer is not encrypted unless you're using WPA (for wireless) or SSL (for connections) or the like. (Everything you mentioned is a local issue whereas wireless encryption is a remote issue.)

Reply   |   Comment by Keilaron  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#88

Thank you - I find this software useful even though I do not have a network. I appreciate the sytem, application, and environment information it provides, and I like the interface.

#86 - Thank you for your comments. I have been wary of wireless, and now I am even more wary.

#28 - I just used XXClone ( http://www.xxclone.com ) to transfer my system to a larger hard drive. It can set the ID for the new hard drive to the same ID as the old so that your applications are not likely to be affected by the transfer. There is a freeware version and a trial for the upgraded version. The new hard drive can be made BOOTABLE. The program was very easy to use and my system, including my internet connection, worked immediately. I used an external hard drive enclosure from Macally to do the transfer using the included usb cable.

#14 - Thank you for your "Neighbourhood Watch" type post. It is the reason I downloaded this software.

Reply   |   Comment by cnk  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#87

The Wikifortio link didn't work for me (again) but the mirror link did. Program downloaded and activated Ok. It's NOT a DEMO, when you first install it, it says it is but there's another box that has the activation key, simply input Giveawayoftheday and the activation key in and it's good to go. If it didn't work the first time try re-downloading from the mirror site and overwrite the original, you should get a new working activation key with it. I only have one pc but I just love getting free software, plus it gave me a great detail of information about my system. Glad I have it.

Thanks to #14 for a good laugh (I know YOU don't think it's funny, and I would suggest NOT visiting those people unless you know your neighbors very well, just cut them off with the security measures).
Thanks to #38 James for giving this link : http://selfimage.excelcia.org/
and everyone else that posted all the useful information about the connections/softwares. Good info to know if I ever get a wireless connection!

Thank you Softinventive and the GAOTD Team for another great deal!
TJ

Reply   |   Comment by TJ  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#86

If I may add to the exceptional advice by Rocket Geek ...

download a free copy of Key Scrambler by QFX Software. It will encode your keystrokes at the kernel level ... effectively defeating loggers and other malware programs. It isn't going to keep folks from hopping onto your wireless signal, but it should keep them from intercepting any information you transmit to websites.

Pro version protects all parts of the browser, including URL, search terms, Java applets, flash forms, ActiveX controls and popup password dialogs.

Useful on dial-up or broadband connections; can help prevent identify theft via transmitted signals. Available as stand-alone or add-on for Firefox and IE.

Works beautifully with the new Total Network Inventory program offered today, too!

Reply   |   Comment by Bobby  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#85

For $89 I'm not impressed. Interesting results, but other than the fact it inventories 25 windows machines, there are other apps out there that do a more thorough and informative job of inventorying ones PC. It does have some nice benefits such as detection of other PC's connected to yours etc., which seems to be the big selling point here for most today by all the comments. But it does have it's shortcomings. I give it 6/10.

For those interested here's a free diagnostic app that will tell you things about your PC in far greater detail than todays offering. It only does one PC, but it's free and can be installed on any PC. If you want the benchmark feature you need to register it with an email to get your lic code. Otherwise you don't need to register it to get all the info about your PC. Registration allows hardware bench testing; all other diagnostic features work without registration though. Granted it won't do networks, but the info it provides is far more in depth and detail than todays offering. It's called 'Fresh Diagnose' and you can get it here; http://www.freshdevices.com/freshdiag.html . The dwnld page will ask for an email to register and send you your lic key. If you don't want to register (not necessary), just scroll dwn below the entry area and click "Skip this step, go directly to dwnld".

Reply   |   Comment by BigThunder1  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#84

Lovely software. Great powerful tool. I am on a dorm network connecting 3 buildings with around 300 users and, although all others' computers are protected, I can see how many are connected, their computer name and IP, which is quite useful for me as an IT person working to support those users.
Thanks GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Spiller05  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#83

#77 has nearly the straight scoop on wireless.

1) MAC filtering can be compromised very easy, as every packet sent has the senders MAC in it.

2) WEP (any bit level) can now be broken in less than 60 seconds, with 20 seconds being the average. WEP IS USELESS!

3) Turning SSID *OFF* has the REVERSE EFFECT! The PC BROADCASTS a poll to make sure that the WAP is available at that SSID with EVERY PACKET!

4) De-tuning, or dropping the power level does not significantly bar people from hopping on either. A pringles can will still easily connect to a WAP set for 1/8th power.

I've been doing servers, networking, wireless and support for way too many years to list here. I set up two wireless access points today alone, and four the week before. This is my job. If you don't know what you are doing (and most people buying wireless equipment don't), please ask a professional. The sales guy at Best Buy most of the time is NOT a qualified individual.

WPA-PSK or WPA2 is "currently unbreakable". The thing to realize is that I say *currently*.

Keep up-to-date on firmware on your wireless network adapters (NIC), and Access Points. Keep up to date on what security is being broken, or attacked. If you cannot secure your wireless because your hardware or software does not have anything but Open or WEP, consider replacing the equipment.

#26 is partially correct, an open network invites misuse of your connection that YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR (Read your internet providers Terms of Use - you all have one whether you think you do or not) and can be sued for.

For those who insist on making a comment like "Not looking for this software" or "Don't need this software" or "I don't need to use this, I don't manage projects", please consider just not saying anything. If you can use it and make a worthwhile comment about the specific software, then that helps us all to decide if we want to download and install it. That goes for dialup users, big downloads are out of your reach, we understand - but please don't comment or knock a program because it will take a long time to download.

Reply   |   Comment by RocketGeek  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#82

Why would you stay up till midnight to see what the new gaotd is? It's not like it will "sell out" like woot.

Reply   |   Comment by JC  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#81

this is a demo! how is it a give away? 6 day demo!!

Reply   |   Comment by ds  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#80

OUTSTANDING!!! Fantastic piece of software!!! Love it!!! Whether using it on a networked environment, or stand-alone computer. The amount of system information it offers after a search, is one of the best I've seen in the commercial market. from 1 to 10, I'll give it a 10++ !!!

Thanks GAOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by Cyberknight  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#79

Tosh (#1) - Obviously. They post these ahead of time and make it so that it only shows up at the predetermined time. Do you think someone stays up to click the "Post" button?!

On the topic of wireless:
TK (#77) is absolutely correct. WEP is not secure at all anymore - and can easily be cracked by anyone using easily obtained software (Yes, it's legal to have that sort of software, it just depends on how you use it!). You absolutely must use WPA encryption (or Radius, if you've actually got a Radius server) and MAC address filtering (because just one or the other isn't going to be that powerful), and I say must because it is your responsibility, as the wireless network owner, to secure it properly. Mik (#65)'s advice on the subject is completely off: You cannot go to your ISP and "make some serious cash" off anyone thieving your network — why? Because as I said, it is your responsibility and your ISP can't do anything for you! And remember not to transfer any sensitive information through your wireless - remember that it's literally in the air and could be logged and cracked later.
MattB (#47), it's one thing to do it as a business (they likely did it intentionally - it's called a wifi hot spot), and entirely different thing to do it as a home user. Businesses can afford filtering routers, while home users... well, as #14 demonstrated, some home users just don't know.

In summary:
- Don't broadcast your SSID. It can be detected fairly easily, but you might as well not bring attention to yourself.
- Filter MAC addresses. This will only slow down anyone who's determined, but will deter most would-be thieves.
- Use encryption, and don't use WEP. This will deter most would-be thieves.
- Don't share nor transfer sensitive data on your wireless network.
- You are responsible for your wireless network. If you aren't going to use it for a while (e.g. weeks), turn it off. Again, no point in attracting attention to yourself and if you aren't using it... who is?

Reply   |   Comment by Keilaron  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#78

"twenty-one neighbors are using my wireless network."

a decent percentage must have home porn on their hard drives, (are any of your neighbors Pari$ Hilton?)

so in theory you could make a bit of ca$h in return for having allowed them access to your wifi connection. :-)

Reply   |   Comment by em  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#77

Network inventory software for office and large scale enterprise networks.

i thought this was non commercial use only, why do the advertise it as commercial use on a place that wont allow you to do so???

Reply   |   Comment by Henry  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#76

#14 HAHAHAH thats funny.... I recommend Mcafee Wireless Security. It is like a firewall and rotates security key, alerts you when computers connect/ disconnect, theres permissions for computer so only people you want on the network can use it. I'm am using it and it is great!

Reply   |   Comment by Bronson  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#75

#65 if anyone is attempting to illegally gain access to someone elses network and broadband with the knowledge to defeat the cracked WEP, let alone WPA/2 which are still for the most part realtime-uncracked... They will know the privacy risks of permitting the RPC server to run bound to an external IP address or allow their WMI to be seen by other members of the LAN they are invading. That all makes this utility totally ignore the smart intruder.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#74

#45 MAC filtering is NO security, especially if one is NOT using a minimum of WPA-PSK encryption! One would simply need to sniff the open WiFi traffic you are sending read off the MAC numbers that are accepted and then set the MAC on their WiFi adaptor to any one of your permitted MAC numbers (yes you don't need to be a hacker to set customise the MAC number on just about all network adaptors Advanced settings) and away they go , full access to your open network, dropping SSID braodcast is just as useless if anyone is using it legitamtly since all the info needed to hop a ride will be in your open packets. WEP encryption is all but useless as a security measure, all it will do is stop automatic connection attempts that would happen if a PC was set to connect to any open Access Point.
WPA or WPA2 PSK or radius if in an enterprise environment is the minimum security for responsible wifi usage.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#73

Tried this on my home LAN and it found nothing, mainly because I've concidered allowing LAN or WAN or any external access to a machines RPC port an unjustifiable security risk, it fell over somewhat with local scan of this old Intel PII based laptop too, with a big error alert processing the XML log file section for the CPU... Such is life.

It's a good idea, or was at one time, but none of MS designed network services have proven themselves rock solidly implimented and new zero day vulnerabilities in MS systems come out far too often, with critical remote code execution vulnerabilites in NT services almost every month. Only the naive leaves windows internal services open for the entire scope of a LAN to access with impunity!

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#72

If you wish to transfer this particular software to another computer at a later date, just download the demo from the developers homepage and use the serial and name given when activating todays giveaway. It works.
Which means you can reinstall it after a format as well, provided you have the correct version, so download the demo now and keep a record of the serial number and name.
I installed this on one of my computers after turning off the network connection and it installed and was activated wih no problem.

Thanks to #14's post I checked my LAN and it confirmed my security was working. I suspected my neigbour of sharing my wireless connection when I first set it up because shortly after one of them arrived home every day from work, my download speeds would drop significantly. I then set up encryption and now my download speeds never drop when they arrive home. So take everyones advice and set up some security yourself. It's releatively easy to do.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit aka Stephen  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#71

#1 - Been there myself, and have been likewise appreciative!

#3 - Some of us are up at Midnight or later anyway. Personally, i tend to check GOTD and GGOTD about 10 or 15 min before midnight, then again, just after midnight. So, for me, the fast update is appreciated, since i'm hitting refresh until it does. Doing it this way, i only have to check the sites every other day to stay up on the free giveaways. Something tells me that i'm not the only bloke out here smart enough to figure that one out... if checking every day works for you, more power to ya'. i remain a little curious about you, though, Matt, since you cussed #1 out for "staying up 'til 12am"... but you wrote your comment 4 minutes after Tosh, which means you did too... hmmm. Maybe you should calm down a little.

#7 - you make a good point when you mention the non-commercial restriction.
You asked, though, how many home users have a large network... for a typical home, i do. For the last 7 or 8 years, i've never had fewer than 3 computers in regular networked usage, and often upwards of 7... currently, i'm running on two networks: one protected network for my studio with a total of 4 nodes (more if clients want to bring their laptops), and the other with another 3 nodes (not including friends that bring over their laptops, and 2 more media computers to be added soon) which is also shared with my neighbors, who has another 3 nodes. That makes over 12 nodes total. Shoot, i'm considering networking the freakin' toilets (seriously).
The thing is, and my point here: i really don't EVER need to run audit or software inventory programs. i run manual updates, and don't NEED any more than that. Even in the business realm, i've never needed it, even when running over 15 nodes... i simply remember the info, or write it down after installs/updates. A regular polling of the information is simply a waste of time. The only application i can see this or similar software coming into play, is if the network is +25 nodes, in which case, this free version won't help you anyway.

#28 - If you install with some forethought, it makes the process a little easier: In cases when the installation requires you to manually enter a serial or key, simply copy the key into a text file, and save it and the original zip file in a known location for future reference (i add the text file to the zip file). Upon reinstallation, it may tell you it's no longer free, but the program is still installed... simply run the program and enter the key you saved. In the other cases, well... either keep bugging GOTD for an easy solution (i wouldn't be giving one if i were them... the software is "free" for the purpose of advertising), or hope that #30 is correct, and just wait for the programs to come up again!

Just my thoughts.
Thanks GOTD!
-alexander

Reply   |   Comment by alexander  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#70

#14 - I will certainly be checking my wireless network!! You need to turn on WEP right now and use the 128 bit key. I also hope you don't have print/file sharing turned on on any of your computers, or if you do, they don't contain any presonal info.

Reply   |   Comment by Mike  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#69

#28, Mike Davis:

Have you tried asking your question in the forums? Perhaps you will have better luck there.

I've never actually transfered my sw from hd to hd when I've upgraded --- mainly because if I had problems, the same problems will be transfered over to the new HD. However, if you were to use one of the programs that transfers your hd to your new computer, you will probably get to keep all of your stuff.

#14, Joey Dalton: Great story!

Reply   |   Comment by Dawn  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#68

Tried it but it was no use at all

Reply   |   Comment by Adam  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#67

#40 Me too. Craziness. I have tried 3 times to post a simple way of keeping programs to no avail :-(

Reply   |   Comment by Merril  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#66

TOTALLY AWESOME APP!!! :) It gives a ton of info about your p.c as well as others and lets you know if anything is wrong. Even if you don't have but one p.c, this program is Great for you to use to find out all the info you need to know about your p.c and what is running on it and tons of other info.

Reply   |   Comment by Nan  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#65

This looks like a useful program and I will give it a try to see how it does. However for those worried about "non-commercial usage" I have another program for you to try that is free and is constantly being improved from what I have seen in the half year I have been using it so far. It's called SpiceWorks and can be found at http://www.spiceworks.com/ It has a thriving community behind it and when the program is running and you are logged in it is quite easy to access. It does have some minor issues, but for the most part it works. The community is quite good at helping you find solutions for problems and it is quite easy to request new features. Not only that but you can also vote on new features and in this way help the community decide how the program improves over time. The program is supported by networking companies like Cisco and displays adds, but I use Firefox with Adblock Plus and have never seen the adds myself. It runs in the background, but displays it's results in a web browser. I find it very useful and think others here will too.

Reply   |   Comment by Leland  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#64

Holy cow! Am I glad that I didn't plunk down money for the GFI Languard scanner thingie. This beats all the freebie network scanning tools. Installation was a snap and I much prevent the method of showing the registration name and the keys vs the activate.exe. Reasoning: I surf the web on my pc as a user and need to install programs as an admin. Sometimes, a registered GAOTD program as an admin doesn't register when I switch to the user account. Baffles me, but hopefully, I now have the keys to re-activate the program if I get the admin/user disparity again. :) Thanks!

Reply   |   Comment by Jane  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#63

#14, that is Awesome!!

Now do yourself a favor and don't call the cops or 'visit' your neighbors.......CALL YOUR CABLE SERVICE PROVIDER.......Most offer a REWARD for TURNING IN THEFT of SERVICE CULPRITS!! You could make some serious cash with 23 people to turn in!!


Also, with all the comments about #14s experience I am suprised no one commented on this little security benefit this software might be providing. My wireless system is secured but I am willing to bet that some kid under 15 in my neighborhood probably knows how to hack a simple home wireless system and this program telling me who is on my network is huge!! If I find anyone pilfering off my service I will let you all know!!

Reply   |   Comment by Mik  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#62

Sigh...so close and yet so far away. Since the software doesn't actually "Inventory" your network, it's probably more accurate to call it a "monitoring" program. It doesn't recognize any non-Windows components on your network, either. The non-commercial usage license keeps it off the map for many potential users. It seems there is a non-free commercial version (surprise!) for those who need it.
#6's suggestion about Everest Home Edition freeware is useful; there are other softwares that do a better job of inventorying, imho.
Sorry, GOTD, another miss for me.

Reply   |   Comment by Scrappy  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#61

im still laughing about #14 ...
im sure if i had like 5 computer networked this program would be very useful.... on a second thought i wonder if all the computers at the barracks are networked together....

Reply   |   Comment by Matt K.  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#60

MAC filtering is not enough to protect a wireless connection. MAC addresses can be faked. You need to turn on your encryption. Stop broadcasting the SSID and change your default password on the wireless router.

Reply   |   Comment by Yvonne  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#59

No use for this but thanks anyway!

Reply   |   Comment by Ross  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#58

If someone needs an application like this I would recommend this there is a totally free version.

http://www.spiceworks.com/

Reply   |   Comment by Techgurl  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#57

@#3: I, for one, usually stay up to look at the giveaway almost every day. If I don't, I usually check it out in the middle of the night on my phone's browser. We are on mountain time and it is 1:00 a.m. here when the giveaway shows up.

Reply   |   Comment by ThE SaLtEeN  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#56

wow, its 10am and 50+ comments already. .. .

Reply   |   Comment by Nut  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#55

I installed this program on our network of 10-15 PC's. It found every one of them and I was able to scan using administrator access. ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE! This is WAY worth more than 10/10!

Reply   |   Comment by MattB  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#54

Cannot register tryed twice with key,any help out their please help.

Reply   |   Comment by Maury  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#53

#14/Joey -- #45 is wise. Just set it so only your approved MAC addresses can get to your connection and you're good.

Reply   |   Comment by Greg  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#52

Btw, the reason why my previous comment (#3) has "-38" rep is because 80% of the people do the same

Reply   |   Comment by Matt  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#51

Application window WOULD NOT ACCEPT the key provided.

Reply   |   Comment by Doyle Seward  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#50

I just downloaded this and the gameoftheday. When running setup, I am getting an error message saying "Fatal Error: Key is invalid."

Reply   |   Comment by John Cheek  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#49

Now I have had a chance to look through all 53 pages I have to say this program is brilliant!!

I give it 20 out of 10!

One question if anyone knows the answer. I am running XP Home and the registry reports 1 processor, and 1 processor registered. I have a dual core processor, and this program reports a system variable NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS 2

I know XP Home can only use 1, but I am curious about the system variable.

Reply   |   Comment by David Loring  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#48

Tried it on my domain, several computers, some printservers in between. After 1 hour of scanning it did not find everything, it wasnt worth the time and effort i put into it.

Reply   |   Comment by Leo-rcc  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#47

I agree with #46. I liked the information about MY computer. However, I couldn't scan the other computers. I got an "access is denied" message. And I'm the Administrator of the network. I must be doing something wrong.

Reply   |   Comment by Puella63  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#46

Hey Folks, Not so much of the 'this is no good because I only have one PC' etc. Whilst most of this information is availale in various different places, this program puts it all in one place and allows you to save a report of the current state of your system. (53 pages for me!!)

I would definitely recommend this for ANYONE whether they have 1 computer or several.

It installed OK, ran OK and came up with the goods. Nice one GOTD. Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by David Loring  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#45

Actually, I commend #14. It's people like them who give me a hand when I'm on the road! Last year I traveled to a small town, but thankfully I found a wireless signal at the local funeral home! :-)

Very interesting product. I'm anxious to try it!

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