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Windows Snapshot 1.60

Quick Reference to your entire Windows Operating System


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Total downloads: 1,362
  • Last Updated: Nov 9, 2010
  • License: Shareware $15
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No Special Requirements

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For Windows Snapshot 1.60Publisher's description


Windows Snapshot is a System Utilities software developed by Dean Software Design. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Windows Snapshot:

BrothersoftEditor: Windows Snapshot v1.60 dated 6/13/01.
Snapshot provides Browser based information on your workstation or server.
Snapshot supports Windows 95 / 98 / ME; Windows NT 4.x and Windows 2000.
Snapshot will operate with Internet Explorer, Netscape or any browser that supports tables.
Information Mode: Provide a comprehensive listing of all hardware, software and operating system features.
Snapshot Mode: Compare 2 snapshots of your disk and registry and list the changes.
Version Mode: Examine local and remote drives for embedded version information in programs and binary files.

Features of the Snapshot :
-Workstation Information
-Operating System Data
-Locale Data
-Windows Folders
-CPU Data (speed and capabilities)
-Memory Information
-Power Management
-Display/GUI Capabilities
-Media Support
-Network Information (ip,Mac,drivers)
-Hardware (devices and capabilities)
-Database (which are supported and what version)
-Storage Devices (disks and detailed data)
-DirectX Capabilities
-Process List
-Internet Explorer Data
-Startup Apps (INI and Registry invoked)
-Installed Software
-CMOS dump
-NT Services
-Hardware I/O (IRQ, DMA, Ports)
-Windows List
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