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    Getting System information

    hi all

    can anyone help me to get the system information using silk

    i.e hard disk info, cpu info, memory info etc

    any method(built in/3rd party) is available.

    thanx

    vinayaka

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    Re: Getting System information

    Have you ever noticed? Anybody going slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac.

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    Hi, i have the same question and the url above is "not found"
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    Remember that you have the full access to the .Net framework so spending a little time searching the .Net API will probably get you what you want.

    For the operating system you can do the following.

    Code:
    Dim os = Environment.OSVersion
    Workbench.ResultComment(os.ToString())
    //*eggbox

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    Look at Microsoft.VisualBasic.Devices Namespace for a way of getting device information in a .Net script.

    The following is an example of getting the friendly name of the operating system using the ComputerInfo class.
    Code:
    Dim info = New Microsoft.VisualBasic.Devices.ComputerInfo
    Workbench.ResultComment(info.OSFullName)
    The only thing I found to be a problem is that for some reason the intellisense for the class does not work but if you type in the code and compile/run everything is fine.
    //*eggbox

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