SOSVirus QuickDiag Generates Detailed System Report in Windows

If you want to diagnose a Windows PC for any problem, you will have to find more about it first. For example, you have to know about its hardware, about the software installed, about the processes being launched at the startup, about the health of the hard disk drives, whether any of the system files have been modified and so on. You can find all this using a number of tools and giving commands manually, but a simpler approach is to use a tool like QuickDiag. Developed by SOSVirus, this free and portable tool can generate an in-depth detailed analysis report about your Windows PC.

The QuickDiag program has three types of scans – Xpseed, Quick and Extended. The Xspeed is the fastest but does not cover all the things in your PC. Quick scan is a little bit faster and thoroughly scans everything in your PC. And the Extended scan is the most thorough and detailed type of scan – something only for the people with a lot of time at hand. Most of the people would just choose the Quick scan as it covers almost everything an average system admin would be interested in.


As previously stated, the scan can take longer or shorter time depending on which of the scan you have selected. After the scan, you are shown no message but it silently saves the log on your Windows desktop and you can view it using Windows Notepad. If you see some entries that need to be removed or changed or some processes closed down or some files deleted, then you can either do them manually or create a script to be used in QuickDiag.


To seek help in creating such script, you can click on the question mark (?) on the top of the QuickDiag window. You can type the script in Notepad or Notepad++. When the script is ready, you can copy-paste the script in the window that opened when you click on the S button. Be careful as the script written recklessly can damage your Windows installation.

Conclusion: SOSVirus QuickDiag is system analysis tool that can generate different reports of varying details about your Windows PC. It is not for beginners or intermediate users and is only meant for the highly advanced Windows users or the system admins.

You can download QuickDiag from