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    Is there a set of functions for...

    Is there a set of functions for finding out the user ram, procecor, ect. I just want to know if there is a tut on that stuff if it exists.

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    If there isn't an API function for your system that supports this, you can probably do something creative (like find the registry key if you use Windows) or measure clock cycles for a naive approach. Without knowing your system or your intentions, all I can suggest is to search Google.
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    yah I guess I should search google after I clear the free space of my hard drive. I am accauly wanting to make a program for other people to easily see there ssytem specs.

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    Well if you're on windows, there's a whole bunch of stuff in the registry.
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    LOL this is all leading back to my registy editing time. Now I'm gonna try working with the registry again probebely.

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