System Management, Monitoring, Diagnostics
Posted 27 November 2007 - 06:59 PM
Release Name: v4.0 - This is the first stable release on sourceforge.
Open Source - Free - non-install .exe. for All 32-bit MS Windows (95/98/NT/2000/XP)
Posted 03 December 2007 - 09:30 PM
Paul Alan Freshney
Xinorbis is a simple but powerful hard disk analyser. Using a sophisticated mix of graphs, tables and tree displays, it gives the user a complete overview of the contents of a hard disk (or directory). It makes it easy to see the contents, structure and file distribution and file composition of a whole hard disk, directory, or mapped network drive. Includes full report creation.
- analyse a single drive / directory or merge several together in one report
- complex report generation, with export to HTML, ASCII or XML
- save reports and compare them to see how the contents has changed
- all information displays are completely resizable for ease of viewing
- XP style support
- improved speed
- shell support, scan a directory through explorer!
Other Windows Free Tools available: Pyxis - Asset Management System, MyPixelVault - Image Organizer, GradientStudio - Easily create Gradients.
Get it at: freshney.org
Posted 23 July 2008 - 06:55 AM
- Comprehensive hardware information
- System health monitoring
- Basic benchmarks
- Text, CSV, XML, HTML, MHTML report formats
- Periodical updates
- OS: Windows 9x/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/Server 2008
- Platform: 32-bit (IA-32), 64-bit (x64, IA-64)
- Available as HWiNFO32 SDK (Custom Client) !
Posted 03 August 2008 - 06:31 PM
"Those of you that have a dozen system tray programs (and you know who you are), might want to give this a try."...author
- program executing ordering
- custom delays
- Auto-Tune delays based on CPU usage (optional)
- new item notification (optional)
- automatically disable all new programs (optional)
- pause or stop program execution (optional)
Windows OS and Admin Rights. (not Vista compatible)
Freeware, of course!
Posted 25 February 2009 - 09:45 PM
by Arthur Liberman
The uniqueness of it is that it shows the temperature of each individual core in each processor in your system! You can see in real time how the CPU temperature varies when you load your CPU. It's also completely motherboard independent.
Intel and AMD recently published detailed, public information about the "DTS" (Digital Thermal Sensor), which provides much higher accuracy and more relevant temperature reading than the standard thermal diode sensors do. (How does it work?).
This feature is supported on all Intel Core and Core 2 based processors as well as the whole AMD's Athlon64 line of CPUs. For a full list of supported CPUs see the CPU Support List.
Note: AMD Phenom is supported, but it does not report absolute temperature. More on this in How does it work?.
Core Temp also has a logging feature, allowing a user to easily record the temperature of his processor(s) over any period of time, then the data can be easily transferred into an excel datasheet for easy graphing.
TaskB.png 1019bytes 106 downloadsNow Windows Vista and Windows 7 ready! (x86 and x64)
Core Temp works on Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Windows Vista and Windows 7 ready! (x86 and x64).
Non install package: CoreTemp
CoreTemp1.png 8.04KB 86 downloads
CoreTemp2.png 8.93KB 87 downloads
CoreTemp3.png 8.6KB 78 downloads
Edited by TheSentinel, 04 June 2011 - 06:59 PM.
Posted 08 November 2009 - 12:47 AM
RealTemp is a temperature monitoring program designed for all Intel single Core, dual Core and quad Core processors. Each core on these processors has a digital thermal sensor (DTS) that reports temperature data relative to TjMax which is the safe maximum operating core temperature for the CPU. As your CPU heats up, your Distance to TjMax will decrease. If it reaches zero your processor will start to throttle or slow down so obviously maximizing your distance away from TjMax will help your computer to run at full speed and more reliably too.