Report on Processor Information Remotely


Shows processors with architecture, description, device id, manufacturer, name, number of cores, number of logical processors and data width



  

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The processor is likely the most important element affecting computer performance. Keeping track of what processors are utilized in your organization is a crucial yet difficult task to achieve when most employees are working remotely. Being an IT asset management tool, Action1 streamlines information gathering — it collects data from all managed endpoints in seconds and provides you with a detailed overview of available processors. Action1 lists processor information for all network workstations, showing CPU architecture, description, device id, processor manufacturer, name, number of CPU cores, number of logical processors, and data width (32 or 64).

Use this free utility to centrally find what processor architecture on each workstation is and get other CPU info instead of using sysinfo or PowerShell scripts to obtain processor information for Windows endpoints. For each specific processor, you can see the number of endpoints utilizing it and drill down to see the exact endpoint names. Action1 enables you to find the data you are interested in faster — use search to locate a specific parameter you want to check. Powered by the information about the processor, you’ll able to identify potential bottlenecks and improve the overall productivity of your organization.

Report on Processor Information Remotely


Latest Release: Action1 Endpoint Security Platform 2.2, May 4, 2020.
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Frequently Asked Questions



1. How do I check what processor I have on a Windows laptop?
On a local Windows computer, start the File Explorer, then right-click “This PC“ and select “Properties”. You will see system information about your workstations, including processor, memory, and Windows version.

2. What is CPU and is its speed important?
CPU stands for “central processing unit”. This is the core element of every laptop, desktop computer, or server. The processor orchestrates all actions performed by a computer. The higher CPU speed capacity it has, the faster a PC is. CPU speed is critical for high-load systems that require top-rank productivity and efficiency.

3. How does the number of cores affect performance?
Unlike processors having a single core, processors with multiple cores can execute actions in parallel thus increasing system performance and reducing response time. Nonetheless, the number of cores does not multiply the CPU capacity. A higher number of cores and logical processors results in higher productivity.

4. Can I acquire processor information from remote computers?
Yes, you can use PowerShell cmdlets to acquire information from remote machines. Alternatively, consider using a hardware inventory tool such as Action1 to instantly obtain information from all networked Windows computers.




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