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What is Basic Hardware Inventory software from Rob Van Der Woude, what is it used for and how to use it?
Get a basic hardware inventory of any WMI enabled computer on the network
Basic Hardware Inventory was designed to be a small tool that will allow you to get a basic hardware inventory of any WMI enabled computer on the network. Fill in the name or IP address of a remote computer in the "Computer" field at the top of the screen. Or you can use the "Paste" button at the left of this field to paste the computer name from the clipboard. Or just leave the "Computer" field empty and use the default: the local computer.
If you only want a limited inventory, deselect the components you want to skip by deselecting the appropriate checkboxes at the left. Click the "Go" button next to the "Computer" field to start the inventory. This may take a couple of seconds or sometimes even minutes.
When the result is displayed, you can use the "Copy" button at the top to copy the results to the clipboard in tab delimited format. Open Notepad or any plain text editor, paste the contents from the clipboard and save the file as a *.csv file. Open this CSV file in your spreadsheet program or append it (without header) to an existing CSV file for future reference.
What's New in This Release:
· If the /DXDIAG command line switch is used on the local computer, DxDiag data will now be displayed, besides WMI data, in most Details windows.
Download and install Basic Hardware Inventory safely and without concerns.
Basic Hardware Inventory is a software product developed by Rob Van Der Woude and it is listed in System category under System Info. Basic Hardware Inventory is a free software product and it is fully functional for an unlimited time although there may be other versions of this software product. You can run Basic Hardware Inventory on all modern Windows OS operating systems. Basic Hardware Inventory was last time updated on 27.09.2011 and it has 2,618 downloads on Download.hr portal. Download and install Basic Hardware Inventory safely and without concerns.
Basic Hardware Inventory security and download notice
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slightly out-of-date or incorrect. Basic Hardware Inventory version 5.44 for Windows was listed on Download.hr on 27.09.2011
and it is marked as Freeware.
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Is it safe to install Basic Hardware Inventory?
Basic Hardware Inventory was checked for possible viruses by various leading antivirus software products and it is proven to be 100% clean and safe. Although, no malware, spyware or other
malicious threats was found we strongly advise you to check product again before installing it on your PC.
Please note that laws concerning the use of Basic Hardware Inventory may vary from country to country. Please be sure that you are using Basic Hardware Inventory in
accordance with the law in your country.
AllOff LiteVersion: 5.5
This software is simple to use, usefull and excelent, but why this software seems like discontinued