It is very easy to use, as you only need to run the executable file provided and in a few seconds you will have a complete detailed HTML report up in your computer's default browser. The analysis covers various aspects, such as the software installed and the version used, a virus protection status, a Microsoft Security update status, details about your operating system, and detailed information on your system’s hardware (including processor, motherboard, drives, memory, etc.). It also analyzes a number of network computers and devices, such as printers attached to the network.
Belarc Advisor key
This is usually caused by a software firewall installed on your computer. Check the settings of your firewall for options that block or permit applications to connect to the Internet. If your firewall needs to allow specific programs access to the Internet, allowing the BelarcAdvisor.exe program should work. You’ll find BelarcAdvisor.exe in the C:Program FilesBelarcAdvisor directory on your computer. Q: The Advisor has installed and finished a discovery of my PC’s hardware and software, but I do not see any results. This usually happens when the Windows file association, for the HTML file extension, is misconfigured on your computer. Most often, this is caused by trying out a new browser and then uninstalling it from your computer.
It then lists network information, missing security updates, and every piece of software installed. It gives advice on which software may no longer be useful based on how often you use it. The best feature is the program’s list of software license numbers. The presentation of data is intuitive and easy to follow. Belarc Advisor 9.7 key is a delight to use, especially for expert users who want to know every detail about their computer. Novice users may find the sheer amount of information daunting, but if they need work done on their computer or wish to upgrade, the information provided by this program is not just desirable, but necessary.
- Some of the advanced features require a server connection
- Helps finding security updates from Microsoft’s site
- Easy to use
- Detailed information provided
- Easy to use
- No cons that I can think of.
- A good tool for finding out name, make and model of hardware. Also finding the names and version of software is a breeze with this program. Also it is tough to beat FREE.
- One reference to missing hot fix for mS is incorrect and should bre deleted.
- Keeps you in control of updates and installed software. Find product keys and registrations you even forgot. Monitors memory; and processorand mobo serial #’s. Throw that notebook away. Just print results and you’ll have a record of your config.
- None Yet!!
- All the data about the operating system (version, language, location,… ).
- All the computers physical component (processor, motherboard, hard drives, memory, printer, etc…) and other main features.
- The installed applications.
- Pack for the correction of detected bugs (hotfixes).
- A summary of network map.
- Detected vulnerabilities.
- The applications that have a license.
- The applications that are least used.
System Requirements for Belarc Advisor:
- IE 3 and higher versions
- Netscape 3 and higher versions
- Windows 10 32/64 bit, Windows Server 2012, Windows 2008 R2, Windows 2008 32/64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 8 32/64 bit, Windows 7 32/64 bit, Windows Vista 32/64 bit, Windows XP 32/64 bit, Windows 98, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 2012, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Vista
- Language English, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, German, Japanese, Spanish
- Homepage: www.belarc.com
- Author Belarc Inc.
- Last version 9.7
How to collect Belark Adviser report of multiple network computers?
I’ve installed the Belarc Advisor and ran it. After generation, it automatically opens the report, but it doesn’t feature any functions whatsoever regarding network collecting and upload. You will need another product for this and the one that comes into my mind is GFI LanGuard. The software scans the PCs and their data and generates reports. I am not saying that Belarc Advisor isn’t good, but lacks that network collecting features.
Take a look at the GFI LanGuard to see how it works and what I’m talking about.
This is free for personal PC, but how to use it for organization? Where to buy it from? What is the cost?
If you want to use Bellarc Advisor in an organization, you will have to send an email to the developer as specified on the official website. Use the following email address and contact the developer stating that you want to use the software in an organization:
Additionally, check the official products for commercial purposes on their page: http://www.belarc.com/products.html
Is Belarc specific to a PC or Mac?
The Belarc Advisor is running only on Windows operating system. The commercial products provided by the developers of Belarc Advisor are also compatible with other operating systems as well.
This is extracted from their official website: “Runs on Windows 10, 2016, 8.1, 2012 R2, 8, 2012, 7, 2008 R2, Vista, 2008, 2003 SP2, XP SP3. Both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows are supported. Our commercial products also run on all other versions of Windows and on the Macintosh OS X, Linux, and Solaris operating systems.”
You can download the Windows version from the following link: http://www.belarc.com/en/products_belarc_advisor