OEM-DIY – Modify the system flag yourself

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After Windows is reinstalled, your old OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) information will be lost, so what is a good way to change back quickly? Or if you are not satisfied with the monotonous logo in your system properties. In these cases, you can try OEM-DIY, it makes the system information modifications easier.

This applet builds in many computer brands logos and some mainstream CPU logos, and the main characteristics of this tool are that not only we can change the system information at will, but also we are able to customize the logos of our own. The whole process only needs a few mouse clicks to achieve.

// Built-in OEM Brands //

Acer, ASUS, Compaq, DELL, Founder, FUJITSU, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Samsung, SONY, TCL, Toshiba, BENQ, Hisense, Haier, LG, NEC, Intel, AMD, VIA and some popular CPU types LOGOs.

// Edition Statement //

This tool is particularly suitable for systems before (including) Windows XP. Portable and free.

// Download URLs //

Direct Fast Link Page (v5.1.0.0 Final | 801 KB | No Homepage)

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