|SysJewel is a cute little tool for System Administrators which can be used to gather the complete information about your system. It can be used to gather information of a local system or of a remote system.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:23|
|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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SysJewel collects hardware and software information from the computer. It provides information about the complete list of hardware including the Input Devices, Mass Storage Devices, Mother Board, Controllers, Ports, BIOS, Networking Devices, Power Devices, Printers, Modems, Video Controllers, Cooling Device all in a very detailed way.
SysJewel collects software information including the Drivers, COM, Desktop Information, File System Information, Memory and Page Files, Multimedia Related Information, Network Drivers, Detailed Operating System Settings Information, Processes, Threads, Registry, Services, Shares, Start Menu, Event Log, Windows Product Information etc.
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