Using the Orca Memory Scanner is very simple and safe -
1. If you are using Internet Explorer, click on "Start Scan"
and choose "Run" or "Open". For other browsers, please
choose "Save File", and save this file to your desktop or any other location you prefer
and then open the file.
2. If you get a security warning, click "Run" to allow the
program to run.
3. The scanner will now start gathering information and will return a results
page with your unique scan ID.
Q - How do I know that the Orca Memory Scanner is safe to download and isn't
A - Our scanner simply checks for the make and model of your computer and
then searches our web site for an exact match, using the Orca scanner will NOT
compromise any personal information stored on your system and we cannot access
any of your personal data through the scanner or its results. (Our Scanner has
a Digital Security Certificate issued by Thawte).
Q - If I have saved the file on to my PC, how do I remove it?
A - Simply right-click on OrcaMemoryScanner.exe file that downloaded and click on "Delete". Our
scanner does not install anything on your system when it is opened, and deleting
the file will remove all traces of the file. If you chose to
"Run" the file there is no need to delete the file as nothing was downloaded.
The Orca Memory Scanner is compatible with Windows Vista, XP, 2000 Professional, NT Workstation 4.0 SP4 and later, Server 2008, Server 2003, 2000 Server, NT Server 4.0 SP4 and Later.
Sorry, MacOS & Linux systems are not currently supported - for help, please
contact us on 0800 032 5095 or email@example.com.
Privacy & Security
The Orca Memory Scanner only detects the Make/Model of the computer and the Memory type. The information we gather is only used by Orca, and is solely for the purpose of assisting our customers in identifying the computer memory and memory configuration and for no other reason.