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#1 nolacs22

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Posted 21 January 2014 - 10:10 PM

I was advised to download Belarc Advisor, but I cant read any of it it says it displays in browser , but I just don't get it .Should I uninstall it I just don't see what good it is in HTML? Anyone know? :guitar: It also says you have to give it UAC, if you do that, how do you get it back?


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Posted 21 January 2014 - 11:21 PM

I was advised to download Belarc Advisor, but I cant read any of it it says it displays in browser , but I just don't get it .Should I uninstall it I just don't see what good it is in HTML? Anyone know? :guitar: It also says you have to give it UAC, if you do that, how do you get it back?

The question is why?  Belarc shows you the same thing that Speccy will show, if all you are looking at, is System hardware and installed software.  If you do insist on running Belarc, run as Administrator. by right clicking on it.  The big issue, is that it shows the keys of all installed software, which Magic Jelly Bean will do that part.



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Posted 22 January 2014 - 01:57 PM

If you want to see what processes are using resources and their amount/s you can use the Task Manager to see what is using what.

 

If you want to look at specifics click on the Performance tab, then click on Resource Monitor in the lower left portion of the window.  With this you can see what processes are running and what the specific resource usage is.


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