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  • Language: Here, you can choose the language you want to use in the AIDA64 user interface.
  • General: This subsection allows you to customize general settings of the software, such as startup options, update notifications, and data logging.
  • Layout: You can define the layout of the AIDA64 user interface in this subsection, including the visibility of different panels and toolbars.
  • Stability: This subsection is used to configure stability test settings.
  • Report: Here, you can customize the reports generated by AIDA64, such as the level of detail and the output format.
  • E-mail: This subsection allows you to configure email notifications for events such as hardware monitoring alerts.
  • Database: You can manage the AIDA64 database in this subsection, including importing and exporting data.
  • Summary: This subsection controls how summary information is displayed in the AIDA64 user interface.
  • Custom Variables: Here, you can define custom variables to track specific data points.
  • Content Filtering: This subsection allows you to filter the information displayed in AIDA64 based on your preferences.
  • Custom Components: Here, you can manage custom components that extend the functionality of AIDA64.
  • Asset Profile: This subsection is used to configure asset profile settings.
  • Remote Features: Here, you can manage remote features of AIDA64, such as remote monitoring and control.
  • Custom Programs: This subsection allows you to define custom programs to be executed by AIDA64.
  • File Scanner: Here, you can configure the file scanner used by AIDA64 to detect hardware components.
  • Network Alerting: This subsection allows you to configure network alerting settings.
  • Hardware Monitoring: Here, you can customize hardware monitoring settings in AIDA64. You can read this section in a separate chapter, here: Hardware Monitoring
  • Alerting: This subsection is used to configure alerting settings for events such as hardware monitoring thresholds being exceeded.

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