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Default [DEV][LIB][1.1] SysLib. Class Library for .Net Applications!

Hey guys!

A few months back, I posted an app called DetectCPU. It got quite some attention, which I did not think it would. I hoped so, but I thought that it'd get ignored like other projects of mine. But that did not happen.

In the thread, I was asked if I couldn't port it to C# or C++ or something so one could make something like CPU-Z.
Well, today I didn't do that, no. Today I created a .Net lib (.dll) containing most of the information that DetectCPU gets and more!

It's called SysLib, it's coded in Visual Basic.Net and can be used with ANY .Net application (.Net languages include: Visual basic.Net, C#, Visual C++)
At the moment it contains but three classes: CPU, Baseboard and Battery within a namespace called GetInfo.

Here are the prerequisites for your application:
  • .Net 2.0 or higher
  • Must use .Net framework!
  • Windows Vista and higher is recommended as some WMI queries are not available for Windows XP and lower.

How to use the lib:
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Add SysLib.dll as a reference to your program.
Import SysLib.GetInfo to your class/es (To get the information)
Add the class as a variable (Private cpu As SysLib.GetInfo.CPU = New CPU)
Have fun!
GitHub Homepage for SysLib: http://beatsleigher.github.io/SysLib/
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Source Code: GitHub

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Originally Posted by V.1.0
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Added Namespace GetInfo
Added Class CPU
Added Class BaseBoard
Added Class Battery
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Added Class BIOS
Added Class BootConfig
Added Class CDROMDrive
Added Class ComputerSystem


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It's an offtopic, but I'm curious to ask you.
Why do you need Nvidia GeForce 770 GTX? I have 2 times slower graphics, but it doesn't affect on my productivity. I advise you to buy SSD
I plan on learning C++ and Java and I'd like to add some awesome graphics and animations to my programs to make thrm more appealing. And to do that I need a rather high-end system. And the occasional game will also be installed.

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