Workstation Automated Technology Assessment Tools If it is at all possible for you to use this rather than filling out the Workstation Assessment Form, we strongly recommend doing so. It will save you a bit of time while helping ensure that the information is complete and accurate. However if you any problems, or if your computer doesn’t meet the required specifications, please do fill out the form manually. The information you provide will help assess whether your computer needs various upgrades. PC Specifications: Mac Specifications: Must have internet access Must be running OS 8.5 or higher 1) Go to www.belarc.com/Download.html 1) Click the Apple at the top left of the screen and click Apple System Profiler. 2) The Belarc client should begin Once it loads, go to: downloading automatically. It is a 539kb File – New Report download and should take no more than about 3 minutes on a 28.8 modem. 2) Select all of the following checkboxes: When it is finished, it will ask for System Profile permission to install itself, which you Software overview should permit. If the Belarc client does Memory overview not download automatically, follow the Network overview instructions to manually download the Printer overview software. Applications 3) After you install, Belarc Advisor should run automatically, and launch a Web 3) Once the report loads, you can either browser window. Select the "Your Go to File – Print for a hardcopy Profile" link from the list at left, and Belarc Advisor will display your - or - machine's profile. Go to File – Save as to save an 4) You can either print this profile if you're electronic copy mailing or faxing your Tech Assessment forms to us, or save the profile as an These instructions apply to Mac OS HTML file and attach it to email message if you're submitting your assessment materials to us electronically. We prefer that you print out the specification sheet and send it to us. If you want to access your machine's profile after installing Belarc, find the "Belarc Advisor" item in your Start Menu's "Programs" folder.