You know that frustrating moment when your PC starts acting up, and you’re there with no idea how to troubleshoot it?
Well, good news — you will now have an ally by your side: UserDiag! This tool will, I’m sure, become your new diagnostic companion, ready to dive into the bowels of your Windows machine to check that everything is running like clockwork, both on the hardware and software side.
To sum up, launching UserDiag is like running an MOT on your car but on your PC. It inspects, tests, and at the end, spits out a full technical report on the condition of your machine. And if it ever finds something wrong, it obviously offers you ways to solve it.
Not bad, right?
The beauty of it is that UserDiag doesn’t get lost in the maze of long and laborious stress tests or benchmarks, which, let’s face it, can quickly become super boring. No, its job is to simply tell you if everything is okay or if small touch-ups are needed.
To use it, nothing could be simpler: you download it, launch it, then choose one of the three profiles offered, and it takes care of the rest. It retrieves all the information about your BIOS, Windows, and the components of your computer. It even does a quick stress test (we promise) of your components, just to see how they react under pressure.
And in the end, ta-da! It shows you a full diagnostic in your browser. All you have to do is check that everything is in order.
The diagnosis is presented in three parts. The first is the list of tips and problems detected. The second is an inventory of your components to check that everything is properly configured and up to date. And the last one is a series of graphs to visualize how your system reacts over time.
One of the major advantages of UserDiag is its integration with HWiNFO, a real-time monitoring tool that you are probably familiar with. With it, UserDiag can provide you with accurate readings of system voltages, frequencies, and temperatures. And obviously, it’s compatible with the latest generations of processors and recent architectures.
In short, if you have mysterious problems to solve on your PC, or you simply want to know what it has in store, I invite you to go and take a look at UserDiag, get the tool, and launch a little check-up!