speecyIn today’s world, almost everyone has a PC or a laptop for some or the other use. People use them for different kind of activities, but when it comes to its specification half of the people stay dumb, since they are unaware of it. Speccy by Piriform Ltd is an aid to such people. This amazing utility gives you all the information that you need from your PC’s OS to RAM or CPU, Graphic Card, Motherboard, HDD and so on.

Installation and Usage:

This program can be easily installed by executing the .exe file which you can download from their website within seconds. The installation process will be completed in just 2-3 clicks. You can even download the portable version of Speccy if you do not wish to install this program.

The user interface is too friendly and as you execute the program, it shows you the complete summary of your PC and displays some brief details about your Operating System, CPU, Motherboard, Graphics, Audio and so on. The panel on the left contains options which gives you detailed information about the same.


Advantages and Disadvantages:

Through my observations and usage i found out some advantages that this utility has, which are as follows:

  • For normal user who are unaware of their PC specifications this utility is a boon, since it gives them all the details that they want about their system.
  • Speccy provides you exciting features where you can save the details in snapshots, XML or text files.
  • The most important point that I noticed about this utility is that it shows the avg. temp. of your CPU so that the user is able to detect whether his PC is in appropriate condition or not.
  • I tried very hard to find disadvantages about this utility but dint find any.  So I can finally say that it is an amazing utility that every PC should have.

Rating: 4/5

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Omkar Dutta is a 19yrs old Technology Blogger from Mumbai, India. He is currently studying Bachelor of Management Studies. He loves to check out latest software, mobile phones and web services. Currently, he writes for Tech PP, Techie Buzz and Fone Arena. You can follow him on Twitter @0mkarr