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SysInfo 4.3

SysInfo 4.3

SysInfo Publisher's Description

SysInfo is a SYStem INFOrmation tool for Palm devices

Updates Description

4.3 (11/24/05)
- added a System Monitoring function to have SysInfo perform 2 monitoring tasks in the background:
1- migrated the low voltage battery monitoring utility in this area
2- added a new option to check and force the Auto Off timer to the specified value in the case another application would change it without warning. This seems to be the case, for instance, with some version of the Palm Treo 650 ROM Updater which sets back the Auto Off value back to 30 seconds without telling it when using the phone application.
- added screen size and processor speed detections for various new devices: GSL M68, Palm Z22 and TX.
- cosmetic enhancement: fixed background transparency for some images and icons.

4.2 (09/01/05)
- bug fix: the charging battery image would not be removed when required.
- the screen size information would always display Width x Height in the default portrait format when the display could have been rotated from portrait to landscape mode. If SysInfo succeeds to get from the system if the device is in the portrait or landscape mode, it now adapts the returned result accordingly.
- in the Usage Stats graph, the vertical axis was enhanced to display 2 additional intermediate values and the graph was enhanced with dotted horizontal bars that are now drawn (in color devices only) to better show the time scale.
- added Palm LifeDrive screen size and processor speed detections.
- the help message about Asked Frequency, Base Frequency and Real Performance was extended to include the definition for Base Frequency which was added in version 4.1 of SysInfo.

4.1 (06/01/05)
- bug fix: in some cases, the External Files utility would crash while analyzing the external card's content.
- in the Usage Stats graph, the precision of vertical axis was fined tuned to display wider bars (for instance, before the axis was scaled from 0 to 6 minutes or hours, so always with an even upper value, with 3 as intermediate value for any usage time between 4 and 6, now it can be scaled from 0 to 5 minutes or hours, so with an odd upper value, with a 2 ½ intermediate value if between 4 and 5).
- in the Processor utility, a Base Frequency indicator is now returned for most of the ARM processors based devices (before, an Asked Frequency was returned only for the DragonBall processors based devices).
- in the Device utility, the display size was wrong for some devices (Palm Tungsten T3 for instance), the right value is now returned.
- in the Device utility, replaced the "Unknown" text by "Not available" when the serial number is not returned for a device, which I think is a more precise information.
- in the Battery utility, added lightning image if the device is charging its battery.
- in the Battery utility, for the palmOne Treo 600 and the Treo 650 devices, SysInfo now uses a special algorithm to guess the warning and critical voltages which are not provided by the system as they are for all other devices so far (Why? Good question!).
- accuracy progress of the full battery voltage for all devices, together with the warning and critical voltages for the palmOne Treo 600 and the Treo 650 devices, was improved by measuring them each time the battery status is checked (when turning on the device) and no more only when displaying the Battery utility screen.
- added the information in this user manual when some options are available if SysInfo is installed on the main memory storage and not available in the case SysInfo is installed on an external card.
- also added the information in the Device utility help paragraph that some devices do not return their serial number.

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