What hardware viewer GUI application do you recommend?

Is there any GUI application where I can see the hardware installed in my computer?

Try hardinfo or sysinfo.

sudo dnf install i-nex

sudo dnf install kinfocenter

sudo dnf install lshw-gui
(or LSHW in GNOME Software)

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If you are talking of a Fedora Workstation, and you are running Gnome, there is Gnome-Settings installed by default. It provides some of the details of your hardware and offers settings capabilities where applicable. There is also the Gnome-System-Monitor which will provide some more details about CPU usage, Memory usage, Processes running, etc… Then there is Gnome-Disks for detailed working on the storage devices of your PC. If your are looking for an all in one graphic tool, something like the Device-Manager MS Windows uses, I haven’t found anything like that, but I also didn’t look.

Hello everyone, I tested the above recommendations and I liked Hardinfo, however, it is no longer available in fusion repositories so I had to install it manually by downloading the RPM from here:
https://fedora.pkgs.org/29/rpm-sphere-x86_64/hardinfo-0.5.1-15.1.x86_64.rpm.html

hardinfo has been rebooted as community edition hardinfo2!!
The great program that has been around since 2003 has just been released.

prebuild for most used distros: Release v2.0.11pre · hardinfo2/hardinfo2 · GitHub

Source with build instructions: GitHub - hardinfo2/hardinfo2: System Information and Benchmark for Linux Systems

Hope to be back in all distros soon - if you know a fedora package maintainer please ask them to ping the github project, thanx.
Latest release: Release v2.0.12 · hardinfo2/hardinfo2 · GitHub