Web-Based System info.

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Microsoft Windows 7
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Web-base apps
Does anybody know of a quick free browser-based system information utilities? Something like speccy or iobit system information that can export a quick overview of someones system without needing to download or install any software.

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<a href=”http://sydiproject.com/”>Sydi</a> . I use it to document all my servers

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  • TomLiotta
    Can you elaborate on "browser-based" or "web-based" in your question? Without a web server, it can get tricky. What environment do you have in mind? Tom
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  • Chippy088
    I prefer to use SIW for a quick overview of my clients systems. This gives me all the info I need. There is a paid version with more options, but I don't need them. Try it, and see what it is lacking. You can always pay for the full package, if you need it.
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  • Dee101
    Sydi has a good reputation. Another option may be Spiceworks [ http://www.spiceworks.com/ ] .
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  • Techy1984
    By 'Browser-based' I mean running it from your browser. Also, known as a Web-app or web-based app. I already use the eset online scanner for a quick scan for malware. I was just curious if you can get some of the basic fucntionality of SIW out of a web-based app. and if so where would I find it? I am just looking for an overview of the system in question,(Mainly Windows) for a getting started point in my troubleshooting. thank you for your input so far.
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