By Greg Shultz
Greg Shultz is a freelance Technical Writer. Previously, he has worked as Documentation Specialist in the software industry, a Technical Support Specialist in educational industry, and a Technical Journalist in the computer publishing industry.
"Belarc Advisor Current Profile" "Software Licenses" in Google will bring up a nice preview of the information from you machine that BELARC has discovered. I loved this program until I found out everyone can love my info too!
I've used it for several years and still turn to it if I need more info than what I can get out of the OS. Also gives you some info that the OS masks or says is something else so that you don't screw something up. Very handy for hardware upgrades and checking on installed updates and the like.
I've used Advisor for years and found it excellent. A neighbor had a computer problem and her techie asked what type of unit she had. Instead of saying "duh, I dunno", she started Advisor and gave all the specs of her system. She dazzled the techie who knew right away not to try baffling her with BS or try to oversell repairs. Advisor is a great little program and no PC should be without it.
I have been using this application for about 10 years now and I'm very surprized that it is only being discovered now by a lot of people. I wouldn't be without it in my tools.
Looks like a useful tool, but how do you get hold of it and is there a corporate version? If there is, how much does the corporate version cost?
The Belarc Advisor keeps your profile private. Those profiles you see on the Internet are posted by their owners.
I DID have to look up the word, so I'm not as smart as I try to make myself appear. On the other hand, I DID find a good definition of synapsis, i.e. the currently unexplained phenomenon of two homologous chromosomes coming together and lining up side-by-side resulting in a ... NOW I must go look up homologous (sigh)...
You look up homologous, and I'll look up meiosis, then we will compare notes. Thank goodness for WordWeb.