How it works

01

Start scan

Select the Start my free scan button and agree to the terms and conditions in order to continue.

02

Open file

If prompted, choose to save file, then simply open the CrucialScan.exe file. If a security warning appears, select run.

03

View results

Check out your compatible upgrades, recommendations, memory & storage analysis, performance score, and more!

Scan includes...

System performance score
Compatible memory & storage upgrades
Upgrade recommendations for memory & storage
Analysis of your system’s current memory & storage

All scanner results are dependent on the specific system being scanned and may not show all details, scores, recommendations, or analysis.

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FAQs

  • Is the Crucial System Scanner safe to use?

    The Crucial System Scanner is 100% safe to use. We don’t access any of your personal data and we won’t install anything on your computer, so using our scanner won’t compromise the security of your system. If you still have concerns, feel free to scan it with your system’s antivirus software, but we promise it’s 100% safe and secure!

  • How do I remove the the scanner from my computer after completing the scan?

    In order to run the Crucial System Scanner on Linux, you will need to use a Windows emulator (software that allows your system behave like Windows). Alternatively, you can use our Upgrade Selector tool that can help you find compatible upgrades for any system.

    The Crucial System Scanner doesn’t install anything on your computer, so once you have completed a scan, simply delete the downloaded CrucialScan.exe file to remove the scanner from your computer.

  • How do I run the Crucial System Scanner if I’m using Linux?

    In order to run the Crucial System Scanner on Linux, you will need to use a Windows emulator (software that allows your system behave like Windows). Alternatively, you can use our Upgrade Selector tool that can help you find compatible upgrades for any system.

  • How do I run the Crucial System Scanner on a Mac?

    The Crucial System Scanner only works on Windows, but our Upgrade Selector tool helps you find guaranteed compatible upgrades for any system including Mac.

  • How do I find compatible upgrades if I’m shopping for a computer other than the one I’m currently using?

    If you’re shopping for a computer other than the one you’re currently using, try using our Upgrade Selector, this tool can help you find compatible upgrades for any system.

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