Keeping your computer squeaky clean and running smoothly isn't an easy task. You need to be mindful of what you download, keep an eye on performance for any changes, and keep all of your software up to date. Still, no matter how vigilant you are, you can't completely avoid computer problems. For those times, an online diagnostic tool might be your best bet for figuring out the issue without sinking a lot of time and money into special software. Check out '10 Free Online Diagnostic Tools' for some of our favorites.
Online diagnostic tools allow you to diagnose and troubleshoot your machine (or someone else's) without having to install extraneous software, or run scans on suspicious files or links without having to plug in an antivirus suite. While they're not quite as powerful as dedicated software and they have to operate through a browser layer, online tools can provide some extra utility and can help you track down issues with your hardware, software, or internet connection. They can even scan for viruses and malware. Here's a list of a few helpful online diagnostic tools.10 Free Online Diagnostic Tools
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What about "Can you Run it?"Reply
Is a good way to know the minimum requirements of any game
Ok so I just tried running this PC Pit Stop. After the first series of scans providing pretty much useless info I was prompted several times to purchase the upgrade in order for this thing to really work. Granted this is how they make their money but Toms should never have listed this as a "free application"....Reply
This is one of the worst TH's articles ever....Reply
Generally , it is good,but it still have a huge room to improve.Reply
how much did toms get paid to promote spam? All you need is UBCD and if you cant use that then you should not be servicing a pcReply