Billnes11229, thanks for giving your feedback. Feedback like this is what helps everything improve as well as to examine the build and test its fortitude.
Personally, I use cpu-x. It is neat and tidy, organized and informative. It's a preference.
HardInfo works as intended. The original Maintainer has left but the package is still maintained in the Bionic Main Repository.
It works and is not broken...
As a suggestion or feedback, it is perfectly valid. But to imply that laziness is involved as you just did is uncalled for. As stated above; I use CPU-X because I prefer it. I certainly cannot (and I do not) expect to Zorin Group to answer to all of my preferences. I actually have a large number of opposing preferences, so when I install Zorin OS, I make all the changes and set up as I desire. Were I to choose Zorin Ultimate - this would not empower me any to push my preferences onto them. That is the beauty of Linux; The diversity and cross-platform customizability. I can change things to suit myself and my needs without relying on outside developers.
We cannot accuse the ZorinGroup of slacking off in spite of how much you may donate to Ultimate if they provide Gedit instead of Xed (I prefer Xed.) Or instead of Sublime Text. Or Mousepad.