is a comprehensive application that gathers a wide range of hardware and software information about your computer for analysis purposes. It’s geared toward experienced users.
The setup operation is a fast and easy task that shouldn’t give you any trouble, since there are no prerequisites software products or third-party tools involved. The only notable aspect about it is that it offers to open all ports.
After launching the desktop agent, DriversCloud performs an automatic scan to collect details, after which it launches a webpage in your default browser, in order to reveal data on the developer’s website.
You can check out the summary with your operating system, processor, motherboard, chipset, memory, graphics card, hard drive, CD-ROM, network, multimedia cards, keyboard, mouse, screens, and USB peripherals.
For each of these categories it’s possible to select the elements you want displayed, such as the install date, uptime and build number of the operating system, along with the maximum resolution, size and serial number of your screens. Any group can be hidden.
Detailed information can be found, printed or exported to PDF for the core components, storage, graphics card, PCI cards, peripherals, device manager, network configuration, system, software (installed apps, processes, services, drivers, EventLog), autorun entries, and WinSAT.
When it comes to general settings, you can pick the security level (e.g. hardware info only, simple or detailed software info, hardware serial numbers), calendar type and timezone, and PDF generation.
It left a small footprint on PC performance in our tests, using low CPU and RAM. Taking into account its level of detailing toward PC analysis, DriversCloud should meet the requirements of many users who want to evaluate hardware and software data in a user-friendly environment.