In this blog, we will teach you how you can check full specification of your PC in Windows 10 in four separate ways:
- How to view PC specification via Setting
- How to view PC specification via System Information
- How to view PC specification via PowerShell
- How to view PC specification via Command Prompt
There may be several reasons as to why you wish to know your PC specs. It can be to check if a game can run on your system or to see how your PC has been holding up. In any case, you may find the process difficult, but not anymore. Here is how to check PC specs in 4 easy ways:
1) How to Check PC Specification via Setting
The process can be used to check the basic specification of the Windows 10, like the technical specification, memory, processor, and the current version of the Windows 10.
Here are the steps on how to check the basic specification via setting the application to view the information:-
- Launch the Settings.
- Tap on System.
- Hit About.
- Inspect the device specification option and search the device name, memory, processor, architecture, touch, and Pen.
- Inspect the Windows specification option to examine the publishing of Windows 10 like Enterprises, Home, Pro and Education, version number, date of the installed features, and update. And also, check the current build number of Windows 10.
After completing the above steps, you will know the basic specification of your computer.
2) How to View PC Specification via System Information
You can check your PC specification via system information tools. It is accessible for an extended period and one of the best method to get the information on your computer.
Here are the steps on how to view PC specification via System Information:-
- Tap Start.
- Find the System Information and tap on the first result they appear on the application.
- Choose the System Summary section in the left pane.
- On the right side of PC display, Inspect PC specification as system type, system model, BIOS or UEFI info, processor, and the last update and installed memory into your PC.
- Change the Components section and choose the display section to see the graphic and information of the computer. (this is optional).
After completing the above steps, you will have full details of your PC specification.
If you want to see your System specification details, the system details tool allows you to search the page rapidly.
System Specification Report Creating
It is an excellent feature of the ability to find system information and create a full report of the PC specification.
Here are the steps on hoe to System Specification Report Creating:-
- Click on Start.
- Find System Information and tap on the result that appears on the application.
- Choose the specification that you wish to export.
- Choosing System Summary it can export everything, or you want to export only graphics card information. Choose the display.
- Tap on the File menu.
- Hit the Export button.
- Choose the location where you want to save your file.
- Enter the name of your report, for instant view on Windows 10 computer specification.
- Hit the Save option.
- Launch the folder that store export details.
- Double-click on the text to view the system information.
After completing the above steps, you will save all the text report as a text file. Whenever you want to edit or including on the Notepad, you can open it.
3) How to View PC Specification via Powershell
Follow the step to view PC specification via PowerShell:-
- Launch Start.
- Find PowerShell, Right-tap on the first result that preview on the application, and choose the Run as administrator section.
- Enter “Get-ComputerInfo” and tap Enter.
4) How to View PC Specification via Command Prompt
You can also use computer tools along with Command prompt. which permit you to see more information about your PC
Here are the steps on how to view PC specification via Command Prompt:-
- Launch Start.
- Find Command Prompt, Right-tap on the first result, and choose the Run as Administrator section.
- Enter “Systeminfo” command and tap Enter.
- After completion of the above steps, Command, Prompt, and PowerShell will show you the full specification of your computer.
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