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Any software that I can get that which Shows me Basic Hardware Info like the old Win 7 widget did?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I normally just use the normal HW monitoring software when I need it but I've always wondered is there some program someone made that does this for Modern windows 10 just like Win 7 had it previously??
Thanks


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4 minutes ago, Magnetar_Byte said:

I normally just use the normal HW monitoring software when I need it but I've always wondered is there some program someone made that does this for Modern windows 10 just like Win 7 had it previously??
Thanks

Are there specific parameters you want to monitor? I usually have MSI afterburner up and running to monitor temps and usage. It doesn't show voltages or network usage though. HWinfo64 is also good but make sure you adjust the settings if you have corsair stuff running.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Basic shit really.

 

CPU usage

CPU temp

 

GPU usage 

GPU temp

 

Ram usage 

Power draw of system

Drive Usage

 

 

etc etc I think MacOS has a widget like this that u can have run all the time in the corner of your desktop. U know of anything like that for windows? Even better question is it even possible with windows like perhaps its locked behind some Registry edits 


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18 minutes ago, Magnetar_Byte said:

Basic shit really.

 

CPU usage

CPU temp

 

GPU usage 

GPU temp

 

Ram usage 

Power draw of system

Drive Usage

 

 

etc etc I think MacOS has a widget like this that u can have run all the time in the corner of your desktop. U know of anything like that for windows? Even better question is it even possible with windows like perhaps its locked behind some Registry edits 

I would give hwinfo64 a try it will take some time to customize but it should have everything you need. Just set it to start with windows.


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  • GPU: Asus GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB Turbo
  • Case: Modded Cosmos S (Cosmos Sv2)
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Posted · Original PosterOP
18 minutes ago, NotSoEpicMods said:

I would give hwinfo64 a try it will take some time to customize but it should have everything you need. Just set it to start with windows.

hmm alrit I'll check it out
Thanks mate


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