Belarc Advisor – Your private personal PC information AIO auditor

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Belarc Advisor is a small tool limited to personal free use. It can build a detailed profile for your Windows system, installed software and hardware configuration, updated Microsoft hotfixes, as well as the current state of antivirus, etc. Again, it will show you a detailed CIS (Center for Internet Security) scores.

The final result will be stored in your local hard drive, and automatically opened using your default web browser to display in the form of a detailed HTML report. There you can browse all information about your PC’s software, hardware, and access relevant websites for additional information with ease. Don’t worry about problems of privacy, Belarc Advisor won’t secretly collect any info of your computer or send them to any server. Instead, all of them only can be displayed in your own computer.

BTW, Belarc Advisor’s detection process maybe take a few minutes, and it may need administrator privileges to run.

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