Hardware Sensors Monitor

September 28th, 2023 - Trial - 100% Safe
(5 votes, average: 2.00 out of 5)
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To provide you with a better idea about the performance of your computer’s hardware, you can install this program and detect the performance of some of the critical parts of your computer.

Hardware Sensors Monitor detects the temperature voltage and statistics regarding the cooling fan from the chips attached to the motherboard. With this application, you can measure the anomalies in your computer and take steps to save your system from damage or instability in the hardware.

The working of this application is smooth, and neither requires much of your time or space on your computer. It is present in the tray, monitoring the performance of the essential components of your system.

You can control all the statistics you need by just clicking on the icon from the tray, and you can get an idea about how your computer hardware works.

If the system is overheated, you still don’t have to worry about it. Hardware Sensors Monitor can handle the problem on its own. It can initiate an alarm as the first sign of warning. In case you don’t respond to it or take some time.

Then, this application can close the applications heating the system. It can even shut down your computer to provide the extra heated components security.

You can even set the warning zones independently based on the log stored on your hard drive. Even temperatures for the warning issuance can be customized, allowing you to manage your system according to your needs.

The line graphs are displayed to provide you with the temperature estimates over the period, which can be helpful for analysis.

Hardware Sensors Monitor is an application to protect your computer hardware during extreme temperatures and voltages.

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1.78 MB
Supported OS
Windows 11 / Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7
Alexander Berezkin

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Ray Hinchliffe
Ray Hinchliffe
5 years ago

Avoid, it totally locked up on my system and I needed to reboot before I could expunge it.