Reading system hardware information with I-Nex

Inventory

Article from Issue 151/2013
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Thanks to I-Nex, users can see an overview of all their important hardware inventory information, such as graphics cards, processors, and hard drives.

Details generated about a system often can look disorganized. Sometimes information about processors, disks, and interfaces is only available through a collection of unrelated tools. Even if you have a unified system utility, it might not provide sufficient detail for productive troubleshooting.

 I-Nex is a powerful alternative to other graphical system information utilities. The I-Nex system tool bundles a useful collection of device data in an easy-to-use interface. (Similar tools in the Linux space include utilities such as CPU-G and HardInfo.)

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