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Free hardware diagnostic tool for your computer

Have you ever suspected that the hardware that you bought for your computer is original or fake? Sometimes it is very difficult to recognize the detailed information such as the manufacturer, version number, driver details, etc from its face plate. In that situation a good hardware diagnostic tool is a necessary.
HWiNFO32 is a professional system information tool (now available for free) that allows you to examine the complete hardware configuration of your computer. It shows all hardware components hierarchically in a tree view, displays status from hardware monitors, does benchmarks and creates various types of log files.
The application has a simple, clean and great looking interface. An average home user can easily understand what it showing, at the same time it fulfill the most demanding requirements of an experienced user.
The latest version supports Windows all including 32bit and 64 bit.

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