Fresh Diagnose 7.50

Fresh Diagnose is a utility designed to analyze and benchmark your computer system. It can analyze and benchmark many kinds of hardware, such as CPU performance, hard disk performance, video system information, mainboard / motherboard information, and much more...Use this free software to learn more about your computer and its components, detect / diagnose problems or errors in your computer, and increase your computer's overall performance. FRESH DIAGNOSE is FREE for personal/private use only. Free registration is required if you want to use it longer than 11 days. Registration number for this version can be obtained for FREE, simply visit

Key features of Fresh Diagnose:

* System Information: Scanning your system and give a complete report about your computer's hardware and software, for examples: mainboard information, video system information, PCI / AGP buses information, peripheral (keyboard, mouse, printer, etc.) information, Windows registry settings, and network information.
* System Benchmarks: Testing your system performance, such as CPU, hard disk, CD/DVD ROM, and compare it with other systems.

January 8, 2007 - Release of Fresh Diagnose 7.50
- New Traces section, with Executed Files and Windows History new modules. That both modules will give you list of executed and accessed files by Windows.

Download: Fresh Diagnose 7.50
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Link: Fresh Diagnose Home Page

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Regardless - I dont think I want another program to tell me what I already know.....I NEED A NEW FREAKIN SYSTEM !!!!

There's no rip off, they are two different programs:

FRESH DIAGNOSE - Version History
Start with - version 1.0 - October 3, 2001

SYW - Version History
Start with - version 1.46 Build 557 - Dec 22, 2004 or 2006

System Information tools with the same look, options and features:

This is a ripoff of this: System Info for Windows
And the original that I linked to above is a simple executable, no install required, no registration required, plus it tells you a lot more information about your PC-including system keys.

There are quite a few programs that perform this function, since it is free, I don't see the point in calling it a "ripoff".