-Does your computer fail to bootup?
-Does your computer freeze and reboot?
-Cannot access your data due to the lost password?
-Does your computer contain critical data?
-Don't have a recent backup?
-Reformatted your harddrive?
-Accidentally deleted files?

Our blog will provide the relevant information on free tools, techniques, and approaches to recover your computer and get your valuable data back.

SIV - System Information Viewer

SIV – “System Information Viewer” by Ray Hinchliffe is a general Windows utility for displaying a lot of useful Windows, Network and hardware info, related to your computer, such as
* CPU info,
* PCI info,
* PCMCIA info,
* USB info,
* SMBus info,
* SPD info,
* ACPI methods,
* Machine info,
* Hardware Sensors,
* Networked computers,
* Operating System Information,
* And more.

SIV is designed for Windows 8.1, 8.0, 7, Vista, XP, 2012, 2008, 2003, 2000 and NT4. However, Windows 95, 98 and Me are also supported.

SIV downloads as a zipped file but needs no installation; the program opens with your system's basic information displayed as soon as you click the extracted executable. This makes the program totally portable, too, so you can copy it to a USB drive and use it to examine any Windows machine. SIV has a unique interface, very basic but clean and attractive in an efficient way. It displayed our system's operating system, version, and build; Workgroup; BIOS; Resource Usage; and more; even the performance of each of the CPU's two cores in small graphs. Clicking on any outlined item, such as the BIOS, calls up a dialog with more detailed information. A series of similar buttons runs along the bottom; these access detailed dialogs for Windows, Machine, Sensors, Network, Wi-Fi, Volumes, and more. The Copy button accesses a menu full of useful selections and options such as language, temperature standard, colors, position, and even Registry entries, not just the ability to copy any display or bitmap. Clicking the Help button calls up a page full of quick, clear instructions with further settings, such as HotFixes, Dates, Keys, Classes, DNS Names, Privileges, and more. Each specific dialog also includes even more specific selections; for instance, the USB button includes a FireWire selection.

We've never seen a system information utility that displays as much SIV does. There seems to be no end to the detailed data it extracts, and all of it clearly displayed and managed. We highly recommend this tool; with it, you'll always have the most detailed information possible about your system a click away.

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