Every time you wish to download and install an application, on the homepage of the product you will find a list containing the system requirements which are necessary for the proper running of the installed program. An easy way to find out if your computer meets these requirements is provided by Speccy, a useful system utility that offers you all the information you need in order to perform this checkout.
Available in many languages, this application will bring you an easy-to-use interface, as you can browse through the integrated navigation menu and check for the details you need. Moreover, to locate a certain detail faster, such as CPU usage or monitor's current resolution, you can use the built-in finder.
From my point of view, Speccy's drawback is the fact that, although, you can save snapshots with your computer's specifications, you won't be able to export the file with an image format (useful if you plan to use these details later on).
Speccy also comes in handy whenever you wish to upgrade your computer or sell it and you wish to find information like processor or motherboard model, the number of used memory slots, hard drives SATA type and many other. Unlike the computer's details found on My Computer's Properties menu, for example, this application will offer you the complete list of your PC's configuration.