HWiNFO is a popular information and diagnostic program for the Microsoft Windows operating system. After many years of free release it now comes in two editions. One free and one paid.
Your HWiNFO program we presented it in 2018 when it was then in version 6.0. It was released for both 32 bit and 64 bit machines, standing out from the ending of its name (HWiNFO32 and HWiNFO64).
The release of HWiNFO64 7.0 is another milestone. It now changes the license of the application to a free version that is only available for non-commercial use, and a commercial version called HWiNFO64 Pro.
The Pro version supports many features that the free version does not support. In new page of its features φαίνεται ότι διαθέτει αυτόματες αναφορές μέσω της γραμμής εντολών, αυτόματη καταγραφή αισθητήρων μέσω της γραμμής εντολών, απεριόριστη υποστήριξη κοινόχρηστης μνήμης και μέγιστο όριο απομακρυσμένης monitoringς 50 μηχανημάτων (σε αντίθεση με το όριο 5 μηχανημάτων της μη εμπορικής έκδοσης). Όλα τα άλλα χαρακτηριστικά είναι πανομοιότυπα.
The Pro version is available for € 21,02 (plus VAT where applicable).
HWiNFO64 7.0 comes with a number of improvements. Monitoring and reporting have been improved for various devices, including ASROCK J4105-ITX, Z590 Taichi and Z590 PG Velocita, for LPDDR3 / LPDDR4 / LPDDR4X memory, MSI H510 series motherboards and ASUS Z590 motherboards.
In terms of features, support for NVIDIA GPU HotSpot GPU temperature monitoring has been added to the version, preliminary support for DDR5 thermal sensors has been added, and AMD Navi monitoring has been integrated.
HWiNFO64 7.0 includes fixes, including AMD Ryzen 1st generation CPU clock reports, + 12V monitoring on some Asus Z590 central cards, and sensor UI response enhancements for some features.
The program itself is available as a portable version and installer. If you are downloading the portable version, you can run the 32-bit or 64-bit version of the program.
The Pro version should be used by professional users, starting with version 7.0 of the application. Free users using the sensor feature should be aware that it automatically shuts off after 12 hours of use.