There is a new version of the Rainmeter plugin for HWiNFO, which is required to use the latest beta versions of the HWiNFO application.
In addition to being required to stay current with the HWiNFO application, this new version of the plugin has a lot of new capabilities
that are worth exploring, and I really do recommend installing the latest beta version of HWiNFO and using the new plugin.
There are changes
that are going to be required in any existing Rainmeter skin to upgrade.
What you want to do is:
1) Get and install (installer or portable) the latest 4.47
version or later of HWiNFO for your system at Download HWiNFO
2) Get the latest version of the Rainmeter plugin for HWiNFO at Rainmeter Plugin for HWiNFO
3) Install the .rmskin you download, to install the latest plugin .dll in Rainmeter and make it available for your skins.
3) CAREFULLY read the instructions on how to change any EXISTING skins to use the new plugin at HWiNFO forum topic
If you distribute a skin using the new plugin, be sure you remind users that it will require at least version 4.47 or later of the HWiNFO application. I do recommend it, as not only is the plugin better, but if you stay with the old plugin in skins you distribute, they are just not going to work if in fact the user upgrades the HWiNFO application on their system. They may or may not do that while 4.47 is still "beta", but almost certainly will when that version is "released", and you are going to have unhappy users.
With these changes, HWiNFO and the plugin for Rainmeter are even more staggeringly useful and comprehensive then they already were. In my opinion this is far and away the best way to monitor system sensors in a Rainmeter skin.
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