Lavalys Everest Ultimate 5.3

Conclusion

Conclusion
 
Everest certainly provides every piece of information you could require and it's one of the main solutions to the problem I mentioned on page one, how do you produce a piece of software that is useful to both the first-timers and those who can work out memory dividers in their sleep?
 
The experts amongst us will find details of their CAS, RAS and voltages useful, along with the very speedy benchmark tests. It's one thing to follow the maxim that more must equal better, but to have hard bandwidth figures to back it up with is always nice. After all, what's the point in tweaking if we can't proudly display the results of our efforts?
 
Whereas those whose knowledge of their PC is limited to its colour will find simple to understand information about exactly which piece of hardware they have and, one of Everest's best features, links to the manufacturers website and where to get updates. Certainly anyone who's tried to help a PC-phobic friend out over the phone, or had to attempt to troubleshoot a generic PC, will greatly appreciate the ability to quickly find out the hardware they have installed without having to dig out the screwdriver and the midnight oil.
 
Comprehensive doesn't begin to cover this program. Fully featured with clear and understandable results is everything you could want from this type of software. Many companies could learn a thing or two from Lavalys in both the clear presentation, easy navigation and small 23MB RAM footprint.
 
At only $29.96 this is one of the best investments you can make. Lavalys' constant updates and new features ensure even those of the absolute cutting edge of technology are never left behind, whilst those with a more medium spec PC can see at a glance how an upgrade to a certain set of hardware would benefit them.
 
Everest Ultimate is available for fast download & purchase here, a trial version is also available for free!
 
 
The Good
- Constant updates for the latest hardware
- Features for both novice & expert
- Task bar temperature & voltage icon option
- Vista & Windows 7 side bar widgets available
- Small operating footprint
 
The Mediocre
- Nothing here
 
The Bad
- Not a sausage
 
 
 
 
We would like to thank Lavalys for the opportunity to review their software. Please Discuss further in ourforums.
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06-10-2009, 09:57:21

tinytomlogan
VonBlade makes a welcome come back and takes a look at Lavalys Everest Ultimate 5.3.

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06-10-2009, 12:06:13

Rastalovich
Great review, fantastic piece of software.

Gonna have to ask myself why I don't use it. I certainly know about it and have done for some time, but don't use it. Have done b4.

hmmm need to do something about that maybe.

07-10-2009, 06:29:54

Socks
I love it...i have the corporate edition...works a charm, i only really use it for gadgets...its LEWSH!!!

07-10-2009, 06:53:57

-VK-
Cracking review dude!

07-10-2009, 09:19:31

VonBlade
Thank you very much. I enjoy reviews immensely. Far more creative freedom than news postings. Of course when the item to be reviewed is as good as this, then it's double the fun.

VB
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