|Operating System:||Windows XP/Vista/7/8
32-bit program. Can run on both a 32-bit and 64-bit OS.
|File Size:||7.98 MBs|
|Last Updated:||09/14/16 09:42:15 PM EDT|
Hardware Identify is a program that lists all installed hardware devices on your computer and displays information about each device. Using this information you can quickly determine if your driver is old and needs to be updated. This program is also useful when you are upgrading various components and are not sure what devices are installed in your system. Using Hardware Identify you can quickly see all components installed in your computer.
A useful feature of Hardware Identify is the ability to right-click a hardware device and quickly perform a search for new drivers. For example, if you right-click on your video card you will be presented with a menu that allows you to quickly search Google for drivers related to your video card. It also gives you the option to search by the device name or the hardware id. Overall, for those who need a free utility that quickly gives a detailed list of their hardware, you can't go wrong with Hardware Identify.
Updated the program to show the icons for the hardware devices in Windows XP and also to better display the icons on other versions of windows for any that are not setup like default.
Updated the program to pull the unknown or "Other Devices" icon. The class id for unknown or other devices is empty in the registry, so no icon was able to be pulled. The program now takes any device with no class id as unknown or other devices and shows the proper icon.
Fixed bug where tab control wasnt changing colors.