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Oh yes, actually I kept the Calculator only, but there are some things I don't like - it loads too slow and doesn't keep the number entered when I switch between Dec/Hex. So I copied the good old one from WinXP smile.gif

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I've never encountered such an issue (because I never had to use it tongue.gif); the only irritating matter I've faced was that it did not always open in the foreground, something I've fixed with this Registry Edit.

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The idea of making HWiNFO for Linux is still in my head, but it would be a really huge effort - several months of intensive porting and testing... Also I guess the GUI could be problematic because of the various Linux flavors...

Oh, that would be GREAT!! The Ubuntu community would Welcome it! In a recent thread I've opened, to cope with my Mint inquiries, I've praised HWiNFO for its wealth of information, wishing there could be a Linux equivalent. Here's what someone told me:
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As far as the wealth of values hwinfo64 monitors, I believe almost all of the information available in that tool is probably available in sysfs, by default. Obviously this isn't very useful to the end-user, but it is there. For example, cat /proc/cpuinfo will tell you more about your CPU than you can possibly care about. `lspci` `lsusb` `lshw` and `dmidecode` can tell you more about the PCI, USB and other hardware devices, and dmidecode can tell you everything about your ram. Unfortunately nobody has really wrapped all of these up into a truly usable tool for actively monitoring the information. Usually its a passive probe and print of the data.
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Many would appreciate it, I think! thumb.gif
    
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Interesting idea would be some form of a PC crash log. The idea I had for this is a constantly running 1 minute log file (maybe adjustable in settings) that deletes older data as it goes. If at any time hwinfo crashes without being shutdown normally (through pc shutdown or closing the program) it could then start on the next minute of the log file and keep the previous information recorded. It would then be a running crashdump that shows you the day and time of any PC crashes and a 1 minute sensor log of that time. Would be interesting to go back and look at your overclocking crashes and whatever else that may have happened

Not sure how much use this would have but I would assume it would assist in diagnosis of issues with crashing and would also make for an interesting feature. Not having to run a log file all the time if you are looking for like an overnight stability test for example it would be nice if it only records the time around when/if it crashes so you don't have the 4+ hours of information when you only want the 1 minute.

I also don't want to run my log file constantly but hwinfo is always on so if it were to have this feature I could then go back and see a crash even though full logging isn't activated.
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Hey Martin, just thought to ask you:

- How come and HWiNFO64 does not monitor C-States like, for example, Real Temp does? Or, am I missing something?
    
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Hey Martin, just thought to ask you:

- How come and HWiNFO64 does not monitor C-States like, for example, Real Temp does? Or, am I missing something?

I'm working on that right now.
However a per-core C-State residency reporting on systems with many cores will result in lots of entries in the sensors screen.
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I'm working on that right now.
However a per-core C-State residency reporting on systems with many cores will result in lots of entries in the sensors screen.

VERY good news! thumb.gif

My personal and subjective opinion: it is better a feature to be there and the user to Hide - Disable it than the feature being missing...
(and this comes from me, who has already one entire monitor (my Dell) dedicated to HWiNFO64, and with this new feature I will have to reorder-rearrange everything and it, most probably, still won't fit!...)
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VERY good news! thumb.gif

My personal and subjective opinion: it is better a feature to be there and the user to Hide - Disable it than the feature being missing...
(and this comes from me, who has already one entire monitor (my Dell) dedicated to HWiNFO64, and with this new feature I will have to reorder-rearrange everything and it, most probably, still won't fit!...)

Enjoy build 2922 wink.gif
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Enjoy build 2922 wink.gif

Hey Martin!

Thank you for this latest build! smile.gif

A couple of things:

1) I would suggest you, if you like, to remove the Average readings from the following values:
Performance Limit Reasons
Memory Timings
Core # Thermal Throttling
Package/Ring Thermal Throttling

2) Please check this out: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

3) Now, the most important matter for me!...
As you've probably observed from my many screenshots in this thread, I am always keeping a very neat HWiNFO64 Sensor window, and your tool always starts on Windows start-up, and monitors my system for the entire time it is powered on. The recent addition of the C-State Residency, wholeheartedly Welcomed of course, has... messed up my layout, a bit... So, while I can totally accept and live with the new side-bar that has appeared on the right side of my Sensor's panel, I cannot understand and I cannot fix the bar that has appeared at the bottom! I have renamed the values, I have also widened my entire Sensor panel, as well as the columns in the first "table" but...each time I save and re-open HWiNFO64 that bar at the bottom is still there! Have a look:
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I am always-always, even since Windows 7, using a Custom scaling level of 125% in both my monitors. (see my sig_rig).

Is there anything I can do to make that bar at the bottom go away?

Thank you! thumb.gif
    
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OK, I'll remove those average values, they indeed don't make much sense. Also will fix the text size for "ms", though not sure what you meant what's wrong with the "Show values" on the screenshot.

As for the scroll bar at the bottom, that appeared because of the vertical scroll bar (because there are more entries in that list). Can you remove/hide some entries in the right pane, or make the entire window wider ?
EDIT: You might also try to adjust the list column widths, which are preserved, so that the entire text fits in without the horizontal scroll bar.
Edited by Mumak - 7/27/16 at 2:15am
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OK, I'll remove those average values, they indeed don't make much sense. Also will fix the text size for "ms", though not sure what you meant what's wrong with the "Show values" on the screenshot.

As for the scroll bar at the bottom, that appeared because of the vertical scroll bar (because there are more entries in that list). Can you remove/hide some entries in the right pane, or make the entire window wider ?
EDIT: You might also try to adjust the list column widths, which are preserved, so that the entire text fits in without the horizontal scroll bar.

When it comes to the "Show values" pointed in my screenshot, perhaps it is just my idea but I think that the "s" at the end of each word is a bit cut? I am not sure, perhaps it's just my idea. IF you can, give it a pixel or two more, otherwise leave it as is.

With the scrollbar appearing at the bottom... Shouldn't this appear only if the width of the text is bigger than the window or the column size is set? I mean, the right scrollbar is there to indicate that there are values down below but the bottom scrollbar? What does it indicate when the entire text has already been fit?

Unfortunately, the ONLY thing that seems to work = to eliminate the bottom scrollbar, is the following:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

- Do you observe the space where I put the arrows? On two "tables" this gap appears, on the third it does not appear! This is not looking good frown.giffrown.gif

Everything else I have (already) tried, your suggestions I have already tried, do not work. It does not remember them. In the following screenshot I have widened both the entire Sensor panel, as well as the individual list column widths, where the arrows show:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

When I set it the bottom bar disappears. I then save by closing it. As soon as HWINFO64 is opened again, the bar at the bottom appears. It does not remember my setting.

PS: Yes, I know that if I will Hide some values the problem will be fixed, but the point is that I wouldn't like to hide these values. I would just like to hide the bottom scrollbar.
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Scrollbars are shown automatically by the Windows GUI depending on size of the area.
When you have the proper column widths set without a horizontal scrollbar and you restart HWiNFO, they should appear as before. So this might be some issue. I'll check that...
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