WMI Tools is described as 'free toolkit from AdRem Software designed to access WMI information. It includes views for general info, processes, services, event log, hardware, operating systems and a WMI explorer for defining and using custom WMI queries' and is an app in the os & utilities category. There are more than 10 alternatives to WMI Tools for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Online / Web-based, Android, Android Tablet and Linux. The best alternative is AIDA64. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Spiceworks or Lansweeper. Other great apps like WMI Tools are SoftPerfect Network Scanner, WinAudit, NetCrunch and Network Inventory Advisor.
AIDA64 is a system information, diagnostics, and auditing application developed by FinalWire Ltd., that runs on Windows, Android, iOS, Windows Phone and Tizen operating systems. It displays detailed information on the components of a computer.
WinAudit is an inventory utility for Windows computers. It creates a comprehensive report on a machine's configuration, hardware and software. WinAudit is free, open source and can be used or distributed by anyone.
NetCrunch is an all-in-one and agentless network, server, application, log, file and web monitoring suite, capable of monitoring more than 1 million elements at once. It runs on Windows Server and only needs 4GB of RAM and 4 cores.
Network Inventory Advisor audits all network software and hardware simply and efficiently. It automatically discovers all your network assets (Windows, Mac OS, Linux, SNMP-powered devices & more), scans them and builds flexible network inventory reports.
Linpack is a benchmark and the most aggressive stress testing software available today. Best used to test stability of overclocked PCs. Linpack tends to crash unstable PCs in a shorter period of time compared to other stress testing applications.
WMI Explorer is a utility intended to provide the ability to browse and view WMI namespaces/classes/instances/properties in a single pane of view and is inspired by the PowerShell based WMI Explorer written by Marc.