Everest Ultimate Edition First-Look

by Rob Williams on May 17, 2005 in Software

Lavalys just released two new versions of their EVEREST program, Ultimate and Corporate. Each new version proves to be even more useful than the last. These being major version releases, they have launched with four new features. Today, we are taking a look at the Ultimate version.

Page 1 – Introduction

Lavalys a few years back released their EVEREST Hardware Diagnostics and Memory Benchmarking tool, and it quickly became popular by enthusiasts around the globe. If there is any program that EVEREST can be compared to, it would be the popular SiSoftware Sandra, which has been around a lot longer.

Previously, EVEREST had two primary versions, Home and Professional. Home was free to anybody who wanted it, but Professional cost around $30US, for more in-depth features. This past Sunday (15th), Lavalys released two new versions, Ultimate and Corporate. The Corporate version replaced Professional, and Ultimate is a completely fresh product.

LAVAL, CANADA May 15, 2005 One year and 4 million downloads later, Lavalys enters its second year in business by announcing the newest release of its flagship software for advanced PC users, EVEREST Ultimate Edition 2005.

Lavalys EVEREST Technology is quickly setting the standard as the leading IT/PC diagnostic platform of its kind in the world. EVEREST Ultimate Edition 2005 targets more advanced users like PC enthusiasts, gamers, and home office users who need a cutting-edge but affordable tool to maximize security, performance, and trouble-shooting capabilities for their PC environment.

We won’t be getting into the Corporate version in todays overview, because it’s not meant for this type of audience. Common sense tells us that it’s meant for a Corporate enviroment, and the tools reflect this. It’s more in-depth in the diagnostics of your network, virus scanner, installed programs, and even database auditing.

The primary audience of Techgage are people who enjoy tweaking their computers to no end. People who can’t open a new component without first thinking about the overclocking and performance potential. The Ultimate Edition is exactly for those types of people. There have been vast improvements and new feature sets, and we will get into most of them in todays article.

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Rob Williams

Rob founded Techgage in 2005 to be an 'Advocate of the consumer', focusing on fair reviews and keeping people apprised of news in the tech world. Catering to both enthusiasts and businesses alike; from desktop gaming to professional workstations, and all the supporting software.

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