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Skins that monitor system information
- Rainmeter Sage
- Posts: 14743
- Joined: October 11th, 2010, 6:27 pm
- Location: Gheorgheni, Romania
fonpaolo wrote:Just to go back to the original topic, I also can't use your skin, no thermal informations and my computer isn't so outdated...
For me the skin is working well, if Rainmeter runs as administrator. I wouldn't thought that no one else will be able to use the skin, but finally seems that indeed a solution using the CoreTemp app and its plugin (or any other similar app and the appropriate plugin) is much simpler solution. When I saw my skin running, I thought maybe some users would be interested to measure the temperature, without the need of installing some additional app.
Well, finally I probably was wrong...
- Posts: 1387
- Joined: April 11th, 2013, 8:08 pm
- Location: Italy
As I said before, you don't know how many times I had to give up with some "smart" solutions, only because they worked on a few other computers or only with mine.
As you, I always try to use less external applications, or completely rely on Rainmeter, but most of the time I succeed only partially, when I'm really lucky.
- Posts: 660
- Joined: June 25th, 2015, 7:02 pm
- Location: The Sky, USA
You don't know how many times I had to give up to add some more functions and/or informations in my skins, only because when I test my skins, some informations aren't available in all the computers, even if they're build with (almost) the same hardware and by the same manufacturers, but different versions and OS.
STORY OF MY LIFE. I wish HWiNFO was easier to configure. Having different IDs for every single computer is a pain in the neck.
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