There are plenty of system information tools that can display information about your Windows computer, but most of them cannot analyze your system in the way Dr.Web SysInfo can. SysInfo is designed for collecting system information from your Windows PC only if you are suspecting that there is some malware infection. Needless to say, this tool is designed for the customers of the Dr.Web security products, but the tool is freely available and anyone can download to use it on their Windows PC.
The small and portable tool is only 12MB in filesize. You can double-click on the downloaded EXE program dwsysinfo.exe file to launch the Dr.Web SysInfo interface. There is an option Report Settings, clicking on which you can find many options that you may or may not want to include in the report generated through this tool. Basically, you can select system information such as startup objects, processes, services, drivers, scheduled tasks, default web browser etc. Furthermore, it can also collect data about the installed Dr.Web products like the Dr.Web Antivirus.
After this, you can simply click on the Generate Report button and wait. On a fresh installation of Windows, it will perhaps take only 1 minute to complete the generation of the report. But on our test PC running Windows 10, it took full five minutes before finishing the report. It is possible that on a really infected PC, it will take even longer to create the report.
After the report is generated, you will be shown a link that you can click to open it. The report is compressed using ZIP format and you have to first extract it to see the contents. You can send this ZIP file to the security advisors so that they can analyze your system and then can help you if they find out some malicious programs.
You can download Dr.Web SysInfo from https://free.drweb.com/aid_admin/?lng=en.