Keeping an eye on your computer can be a hard task to do. You have so many things to watch and so many locations to get that information from. Wouldn’t it be handy to have it all in one place? How about having it on your desktop, ready to view anytime at all? Well BGEye delivers in that department, and doesn’t hold back.
So what is BGEye? Here is a quote from the software author about it.
BGEye displays system information on the desktop. The information is rendered to a bitmap that is temporarily set as the system wallpaper.
On the wallpaper it creates, it displays your: user name, local date and time, computer’s name, computer’s uptime, CPU (model, manufacturer), CPU clock speed, graphics card (Model, Manufacturer), audio card (model, manufacturer), network card (model, manufacturer), USB Devices (excluding ‘Human Interface’ devices), processes (total and maximum), RAM (total, load and maximum load), local disk drives (total space and load) and remote (networked) disk drives (total space and load).
This is a toy that any geek should be proud trying out. The best part about it, is that it is totally free. BGEye helps you keep a better eye on what is going on with your PC.
[499K] [Win98/ME/NT/2k/XP] [FREE]