Description: CPU-Z is a freeware that gathers information on some of the main devices of your system.
Download CPU-ZPortable 1.69 Dev Test 1 English [1.6MB download / 5.3MB installed]
Project on GitHub / Sourceforge
1.69 Dev Test 1 (2014-03-20): Update 1.69
1.68 Dev Test 1 (2014-01-14): Update 1.68
1.67.1 Dev Test 3 (2013-12-15): Online Installer
1.67.1 Dev Test 2 (2013-11-27): Changes on GitHub
1.67.1 Dev Test 1 (2013-11-23): Update 1.67.1
1.66.1 Dev Test 1 (2013-08-27): Add x32
1.65.1 x64 Dev Test 1 (2013-07-27): Initial release
This is a continuation of bill_gagliardi's Dev Test
have consent from the author of this freeware program? Is it open source?
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I asked for permission for this. I never received a reply. Unfortunately, without their express consent, this cannot be packaged...
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It seems that it's starting really slow but I don't know why. Any help? Source code on GitHub.
P.S I asked for permission and waiting for answer
I am really happy to announce that I got the permission from the author to release this app.
Could somebody look over it and report issues?
First off, I'm glad to hear this finally got permission; this was an app I was waiting for.
Second, there are a few small things with the package:
1) In the launcher, I don't think you need "ProgramDirectory" and "DataDirectory" and SplashScreen has to be the number of milliseconds the splash screen will appear.
2) On my computer, the launcher requires administrative rights to launch, and since I am the only user on my computer, I'm assuming that you need to add RunAsAdmin=force to the launcher in order for it to work.
3) Once CPU-Z runs, it leaves cpuz.ini in App\CPU-Z. It doesn't appear to contain any path-dependent information, but it may be worthwhile to save it to the Data folder somewhere.
That's all I could see with a few quick tests. Otherwise, it works just like you would expect it to. Thanks again for your work on this.
Thanks alot. I have done a all the requested changes and release DT2.
Should work smoothly if not reply.
I ran though everything including saving reports from it and everything worked smoothly. The launcher looks clean and the settings are taken care of. Thanks again for your work.
changes see GitHub
-> full changelog on GitHub
I encountered some problems. Is it possible to move files one way? Like moving files from App/CPU-Z to Data and not moving them back on launching the app. I tried:
Another thing is can I vary the SplashTime with every launch?
full release notes: