Thanks for resurrecting HWiNFO for DOS! I registered just to say "thank you", but also to ask a vexing question:
Please, please re-enable Sensor support. That was always the most useful feature of Hwinfo for me. As well as the "Benchmark" section. These were fantastic features. Removing support for "modern" systems seems to also cripple the program greatly. There *are* a few of us still using DOS on the latest 9th and 10th generation i5, i7, and i9 systems!
Over at DOS Ain't Dead forum, there is a post about your reanimation of the program. That's how I was directed to your thread at Vogons.
"If you run out of conventional memory, why not create seperate modules as adjuncts to the main .exe file? I quote from a relevant post over at Dos Ain't Dead:
The idea is restore the funtion by an external sensor status module of the program, or an auxiliary program of HWInfo.
Similar to what happens in Norton Commander: ncedit.exe, term95.exe, packer.exe.."
I've been using it since the beginning, so please don't consider me ungrateful! This is just a question that perhaps you can answer if I am not too far out of line.