Astra32 is an application that serves to identify what drivers you`re currently using and, if you don`t have them installed, tells you which ones - name, company, vendor, specs - you should download.
It`s great, really easy to use, open source and it serves a great deal.
Sometimes I just carry Astra32`s install program and install it in each PC I have to check for drivers, while I think having a single installation at my USB would be really more practical.
Link to the official site:
Note that this is astra32 (for Windows PC).
Thx in advance, hope this can be pulled through and, if possible, that this is done asap.
please include the licence look at the format at the begining of this forum
Please search before posting. ~Thanks
Well it's under a commercial license so I don't think it's likely to be a candidate but I think there is another program like this thats open-source, I'll do some searching and tell you what I can find
your friendly neighbourhood moderator Zach Thibeau
Do you know what open source means? That is not open source. It's not even free.
SIW may not be open source, but it is free and has tons of features.
ASTRA32 is not open source and is not freeware. But you may use Demo version of ASTRA32 for free, it never expire.
You may run ASTRA32 without installation, just copy ASTRA32 folder on to your USB flash drive, CD or floppy disk.
Unlike similar software ASTRA32 does not use the Registry. It uses only direct access to hardware.
Also ASTRA32 has some unique features: Drivers Troubleshooter and Quick HDD Health Status checker.