Speccy Detects USB Storage Devices, Delivers Useful USB Drive Info
Article by George Norman
On 15 Nov 2013
Speccy presents lots of information about your PC’s hardware: info on the processor, info on the RAM memory, info on the graphics card, and lots more.

And now that Speccy has been updated to version 1.24, it also presents information on the USB devices connected to your PC. You can get the latest Speccy version right here on FindMySoft.

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Speccy is an immensely useful tool for PC users who want to get an “under the hood look” at their machines. Run the application and it will present lots of information on your operating system and on all your PC’s hardware: CPU, RAM, motherboard, peripherals, network, and so on.

One thing Speccy did not cover was USB drives. But this is now a thing of the past – hence the past tense I used in the sentence. You see, Speccy has recently been updated to version 1.24 by privately owned software house Piriform, and the main change Speccy 1.24 has to offer is support for USB drives. There are, of course, several other entries on the list of changes for Speccy 1.24. You can check them out below.

Speccy 1.24 – List of Changes (as provided by Piriform)
  • Added USB storage device detection
  • Improved CPU and motherboard temperature reading accuracy
  • Added option to skip User Account Control warning
  • Added ability to refresh Speccy data
  • Added option to start Speccy with Windows
  • Enhanced hard drive information to include sector and track data
  • Added scriptable parameters for XML and TXT data export (Professional edition only)
  • Improved network adaptor detection
  • Improved debug mode notification
  • Minor bug fixes and GUI improvements
If you need to find out what’s inside your computer’s case without opening it up, Speccy is for you. This is an advanced system information tool for Windows-powered machines that will quickly gather and nicely present tons of information. Detailed information on every piece of hardware in your computer will be conveniently delivered to you by Speccy.



Tags: Piriform, Speccy, USB, Microsoft, Windows
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