This will display miscellaneous information about PMView and your current system setup.
· Product name The name of this product.
· Version The version of PMView that you're currently using.
· Build The build level of PMView. This number displays the build number and is used during beta testing and when reporting bugs.
· Screen size The screen size in pixels (width x height)
· Bit depth The pixel bit depth
· Plane count The number of color planes used. (This should always be 1).
· Uses palette This tells whether the display mode uses a palette or not.
· Palette size The size of the palette. (This entry is only displayed if the Uses palette entry says Yes).
· Reserved colors The number of reserved colors. Reserved colors cannot be used for palette animation. (This entry is only displayed if the Uses palette entry says Yes).
· Color resolution The color resolution of the digital to analog converter (DAC) in the graphics card. (This entry is only displayed if the Uses palette entry says Yes).
· Refresh rate The display refresh rate. (This entry may or may not be displayed depending on the operating system version and/or display driver in use).
· Raster caps Raster capability flags
· Physical size The physical size of the screen the display driver is configured for. The measurements are in millimeters.
· Resolution The resolution of the image on-screen in dots per inches. Note that in order for this value to be correct, the actual physical size of the image on-screen must match the dimensions reported in the Physical size entry.
Processor & memory
· Number of CPUs The number of processors installed in this system.
· CPU family The CPU family: 3=386, 4=486, 5=Pentium, 6=Pentium Pro family (includes Pentium II/III)
· CPU model The CPU model identified by CPUID
· CPU stepping The CPU stepping identified by CPUID
· Page size The memory page size in bytes
· Physical RAM The amount of memory installed in this system.
· Operating system The name of the operating system
· Version The major and minor operating system versions
· Build The operating system build level. This number is useful for identifying what service pack fix level is installed.