We all use computer band we all know some basic specs about our computer. Like the RAM, CPU, GPU, Sounds and some other basic stuff. But is that the only thing that is running the computer? No, right? There are dozens of hardware in our computer. Every hardware has a different purpose and different specs.
If you are not a techy, then you might never think of those things. This is common but sometimes we face in such situation where we need to check all the specs may be to inform the support team to get support for any other purpose. Our computer does provide some common specs like the RAM, CPU and GPU information, OS, Sound and some other. But that are not enough.
Today I will be talking about some free tools or software to check all the hardware specification for free.
Speccy is a good free tool which is made to show you all the hardware information of your PC at one place. This tool is developed by Piriform. The chances are you already know the Piriform. Piriform is the developer who developed software like CCleaner and Recuva. Speccy shows all the information like OS, CPU, GPU, RAM, Motherboard, Graphics, Storage, Optical Drives and lot more.
ASTRA32 is another tool which let you check all the specs of your computer. It features loads of information about your computer. In my opinion, it provides more information than the Speccy. But is is not that friendly as the Speccy. All you need to know is how you can operate this tool, and you will be surprised by its result.
Kiwi System Info
This is definitely not user-friendly, but it is loads with hell lot of data. This is probably the best tool in this category concerning what data it provides. This tool is not for those who is looking for a simple to use the tool. If you don’t fall into that category, then this could be a haven for you as you can get almost everything regarding your PC.
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In the WWDC the Apple has announced some serious announcements related to their macOS. Also, they have introduced a new OS i.e. macOS Sierra. Currently, the beta version is up there for users and most of the people who are using this new OS are loving it. It has some interesting features, and one of my absolute favorites is its Picture-in-Picture feature.
This feature allows the user to play any video from the web while using other apps. It means now you can watch an online video while writing a letter or preparing a presentation chart. You will start loving this feature once you start using it. Enabling Picture-in-Picture (PiP) is not a big task. You can do that by just performing 1-2 mouse clicks.
The PiP is a fantastic feature, and anyone with macOS Sierra can use that feature. If you have macOS Sierra installed on your Mac and wants to use this great feature then, you should follow this guide.
Enable Picture-in-Picture (PiP) on macOS Sierra
- To active PiP, you need to have a MacBook with macOS Sierra installed in it.
- You need to have access to some website/network like Vimeo, who has PiP features. If a site doesn’t have the PiP, then you can not use that.
Once you make sure you have all the stuff mentioned above, then it is the time to give a try to PiP feature.
- Open Safari browser and head to a website which supports PiP. Here I am using Vimeo for the demo.
- Now play any of your favorite video there.
- Now in the video control bar, you can see an additional button for PiP. Just click on it.
- As soon as you click on the PiP, a small window will show in the corner of your screen with a video playing on it.
- Now you have accessed the PiP feature; you can now do anything on your Macbook and that video will be there playing for you.
- In case you want to close that PiP, just click again on that PiP button and the screen will be removed.
Now you know how to enable and disable Picture-in-Picture on macOS Sierra. Now you can mess around the feature to get the max out of it. Please remember that the PiP is only supported those site which supports PiP. Some big player like Facebook and YouTube doesn’t support PiP but Vimeo does.