You came home from the conflicting and gloomy Monday office battles, and your son is jumping on with legitimate request to upgrade his computer since the existing configuration is not suitable for running the game, everyone plays. So, you have an additional headache to find what should be upgraded in the fairly new PC to support this one game. But, your son comes back and asks that this computer should also support three more games, which he is going to install. Since each software utility has each own system requirements, and the resources demands from gaming applications are really high, your Monday headache becomes worse.
There is a free service, which will help you. SystemRequirementsLab allows automating your configuration check on your existing computer against any popular game you are planning to install and give you a list of recommendations, of what components should be upgraded or replaced.
Test is fast and user-friendly. System Requirements Lab analyzes your computer in just seconds, and it's FREE.
1) Search for a game from the huge list.
2) Click test button "Can You Run It", and system will start investigation.
3) You may be required to allow starting additional Java plugin for this test.
This site provides a One-Click solution that looks at your computer's hardware and system software to determine whether or not your current system can run a product. Each of your computer's components is evaluated to see how well it meets the minimum and recommended requirements for specific products. Recommendations are made on how to update or upgrade each component which does not meet the listed requirements. Sometimes, a simple, free software download is all that is needed. Sometimes you'll find that you need a different video card to fully experience what the game has to offer.
In minutes, you will get your complete report including upgrade suggestions for your computer.
Note that only your system's hardware and system software are evaluated and no personally identifiable information is collected.
Service works for the Windows XP, 2000, 2003, Vista, 7 and 8 Operating System, when you use the following browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome.