Ever wanted to get up close and personal with your processor? Well, no, neither have I, but sometimes it’s a good idea. If you are thinking about upgrading or changing your operating system, for example, it's a really good idea to check that your current processing capabilities are up to the challenge of the new software, and SecurAble is a little tool that will help you do just that.
If low-effort computing is your aim, SecurAble won't let you down. This tool doesn't need to be installed and running it is a simple as just clicking on the SecurAble icon. The window that opens will already have the information you are looking for displayed, divided into Maximum Bit Length, Hardware D.E.P (Data Execution Prevention) and Hardware Virtualization assessments. Clicking on any of the options will show you SecurAble's assessment of your computer's abilities, all described in friendly and easy-to-understand terms.
That's really all there is to SecurAble. Of course, users will either need the knowledge to verify the program's verdict themselves, or else they'll just have to trust it. In the test I did, however, the assessment was indeed correct. SecurAble is a specific tool for a specific job, and it performs perfectly.
SecurAble does what it says it will, quickly, accessibly and accurately.