Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 6, 2008
With the launch of its free Express PC Audit & Inventory Tool, Express Metrix introduces the first PC inventory tool that runs directly within the internet browser, with no download necessary. IT professionals can now scan their personal computers and get complete reporting on installed software, hardware configurations and account information with one click.
The Express PC Audit & Inventory Tool scans PC hardware to access processor information, memory configuration, drives/storage, ports/input devices, printers, network adapters, and more. It also sweeps software to reveal hotfixes, installed products, running processes, services and more. Finally, the Express PC Audit & Inventory Tool can reveal detailed user information, such as desktop configuration, start-up commands, network connections, and environmental variables.
The Express PC Audit & Inventory Tool uses Windows Management Interface (WMI) to collect hardware, software, and user information on a PC. Upon scanning, the user will gain access to a variety of data categories, ranging from dashboard-level to more detailed data. IT professionals can then easily share their findings: The tool offers one-click printing, a quick copy to clipboard, and the ability to easily export data to Microsoft Excel or Outlook.
Designed to take the tedium out of manual software assets management, the Express PC Audit & Inventory Tool equips busy IT professionals with a quick view of software, hardware and users associated with an individual personal computer. The excellent visibility and advanced reporting provided by this auditing tool enable IT professionals to make immediate, informed decisions about their hardware and software assets, as well as access vital PC data swiftly and easily.
Users can access the tool for free here.
About Express Metrix
Express Metrix specializes in PC inventory and software metering solutions that provide visibility and control over desktop hardware and software. Our solutions enable IT professionals to demonstrate accountability within their departments--and to the organization as a whole--by reducing the risks associated with failed compliance audits, IT overspending, improper use of software, and uninformed IT decisions.