An essential software in a corporate environment
With AIDA64 hardware and software information of networked computers can be collected via command-line automation. Collected reports are processed by the AIDA64 Audit Manager, that can also produce network audit statistics and diagrams on hardware and software distribution.
The activity and status of a whole network of computers can be monitored remotely with AIDA64 Remote Monitor. With AIDA64 Remote Control it is also possible to take full control of the remote computer to perform administrative tasks and transfer files.
An essential feature of AIDA64, Change Manager can detect and list changes between network audit snapshots taken at various times. AIDA64 can also send alert notifications in real time if hardware or software changes occur or when issues or problems arise.
AIDA64 provides over 50 pages of information on hardware configuration and over 50 pages of installed programs, software licenses, security applications, and Windows settings.
AIDA64 has the most accurate hardware detection capabilities in its class, to provide detailed information on the computer internals without the need to open it up. The hardware detection module is strengthened by an exhaustive hardware database holding over 200,000 entries.
AIDA64 provides over 50 pages of information on installed programs, software licenses, security applications, and Windows settings. List of started processes, services, DLL files, startup programs, and visited web pages is also available.
About 1200 PCs are used in the New Philadelphia City Schools (NPCS), which is composed of a high school, a middle school, five elementary schools and an administration building. The computers serve about 3,000 students and more than 400 staff members in the school district in the county seat of Tuscarawas County, Ohio.
Industry/core business: Education
A financial institution providing mainly car financing services, Porsche Bank has been operating in Hungary since 1994. The Hungarian office was the first subsidiary to be established by the then more than 30-year-old parent company, headquartered in Salzburg, Austria, as part of its international expansion. The bank provides car finance solutions for purchasing Volkswagen, Audi, Škoda and Seat vehicles, but it also offers traditional banking services for both private and business customers.
Industry/core business: Finance
The Érd és Térsége Water Company Ltd. has been providing drinking water services to the municipalities in the neighborhood of west and south Budapest. In addition to supplying drinking water, the company operates wastewater networks and sewage treatment plants, while environmental protection is also part of its core business as, through regularly conducted laboratory testing, it helps protect natural water resources.
Industry/core business: Water industry
Founded in 1998 as a closely held corporation wholly owned by the Hungarian state, Mecsekérc Environmental Protection Inc. came into existence following the reorganization of Mecsek Ore Mining Company, of which it is a legal successor. The company has annual sales of 18-27 million USD, and its main business activities are mining and related engineering services. The latter include environmental protection, mining, hydrogeology, geo-thermal and soil mechanics research and planning.
Industry/core business: Environmental protection, mining
The state-owned Budapest Spas and Hot Springs Corp. manages the open-air swimming pools and spas in the Hungarian capital. The company, which generated 6.7 billion HUF in revenue in 2012, has 12 premises and uses a total of 200 Windows workstations as well as about 50 Linux-based points of sale.
Industry/core business: Spa industry
John Beekley - VP Corsair
As leading developers of enthusiast computing hardware, we spend countless hours in the lab evaluating the performance and compatibility of our latest memory, storage, and cooling products. We have found that AIDA64 is an ideal tool for comprehensively evaluating new hardware in the 64-bit Windows 7 environment that our customers favor. We have used AIDA and Everest tools for many years, and see this partnership continuing well into the future.
Olin Coles - Editor Benchmark Reviews
Benchmark Reviews upholds a trusted reputation by delivering consistent results to our readers, and we couldn't do it without precision tests tools such as AIDA64. Having a true 64-bit benchmarking and diagnostic utility is essential for testing today’s computer hardware when used with a modern Operating System. Our staff previously used the Everest benchmark suite with great results, and now that 64-bit Microsoft Windows 7 is our primary O/S transitioning to AIDA64 makes the most sense. The Finalwire AIDA64 utility is an excellent suite of test tools that comes highly recommend to all hardware enthusiasts, which is exactly why we trust it with our own projects at Benchmark Reviews.
Alex Karabuto iXBT.com
For many years we used AIDA32/EVEREST software in our professional work to get reliable and up-to-date system information and performance evaluation of PCs and components. It helps us a lot to make press-reviews of new hardware while daily publishing in popular web-sites www.ixbt.com and www.ixbtlabs.com as well as in a paper magazine iXBT (Russian Edition).
We're glad that AIDA64 continues a valuable mission of Everest in a field of 64-bit applications, and certainly we'll continue to use it for our testing and reviews as one of the most reliable and power tool for many PC components (CPU, RAM, VGA, HDD, etc.).
Eliot Kucharik - Hardware Editor www.fudzilla.com
I used AIDA(32) since it was born. It was then and is now just an easy way to gather information about the hardware and software installed on any PC. In our reviews we use it to check if mainboards read SPDs correctly, if the hardware monitoring tools are working properly and to check the CPU temperatures. Of course no product is perfect, but the response-time of the AIDA team is just incredible fast which enables them to improve their product further. While 64-bit OSes are out for years, most software still trails years behind. We are glad that AIDA64 has moved to 64-bit.