SUMMARY: System Explorer is a system information tool for Windows with detailed sections including Internet Explorer add-ons, open network connections, and startup applications.
System Explorer is a freeware system information reporting software package for Windows XP through Windows 7. At the time this tip was written an earlier version still exists on the site that can run on Windows 2000 as well.
Reported information from System Explorer includes a list of Internet Explorer add-ons; Explorer shell extensions, filters, and handlers; software uninstaller executables; startup applications; opened files; and network connections. A "Performance" section under "System" displays graphs of processor and network usage, used RAM / swap file, page faults, and I/O writes.
The software can be downloaded at the following address. A portable version is available:
* System Explorer: http://systemexplorer.mistergroup.org/
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