It?s a well-known fact that all modern computers come with the open architecture. That means, you can take any part of a computer and replace it with an analogous part, and the computer would still work correctly. Such architecture provides many great benefits (for example, you can renew only those hardware units that really affect you work efficiency). However, the open architecture has some drawbacks as well. For example, in a large office with many computers you can never know exactly whether if all the computers contain «original» parts. It is actually possible that an unfair office employee has replaced some hardware in his computer with cheaper analogs, and youll never know about it. Unless you use Hardware Inspector, a really automated and clever stockman.
What can Hardware Inspector do for you? OK, it can maintain the database of all of your workstations and hardware units within them. There is no need to type in that data «by hand»; Hardware Inspector will import the hardware data from programs like AIDA32 and others. With Hardware Inspector you can log all hardware purchases, transfers between workstations, repairs, and other events in the hardwares «life». Hardware Inspector comes with all features inherent of a serious business application: numerous reports, flexible database access rules, capability to search hardware and export the hardware data to Excel workbooks.
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