Eset SysInspector: Free Windows diagnostic tool

Eset SysInspector is a free, state of the art diagnostic tool for Windows systems. It is a convenient utility for the tool box of every IT expert and the average Jane/Joe users.

It peers into your Windows operating system and captures details such as running processes, registry content, startup items and network connections. Once a snapshot of the system is made, ESET SysInspector applies heuristics to assign a risk level for each object logged.

Its intuitive graphical user interface enables the user to easily slice through the large volume of data using a slider to select objects of a particular color coded risk level for closer examination.

Key Features:

– Ability to generate and save a detailed log to be used by an IT expert or uploaded to an online forum for diagnosis
– Option to exclude private, personal information from being saved in logs
– Integrated Anti-Stealth technology allows discovering hidden objects (e.g. rootkits) in MBR, registry entries, drivers, services and processes
– Ability to compare two existing logs for differences makes it easy to detect changes over time
– Log entries are assigned a color code risk level for easy filtering
– Intuitive hierarchical navigation of logs
– Fast and compact single file executable, ideal for first responders to run from a USB drive without lengthy installation.

Eset SysInspector is an integral part of ESET Smart Security 4 and ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4, but it can be downloaded as a stand-alone app, for free!

Download: Eset SysInspector(32bit | 64bit)

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