How To Find Your Computer System’s Information

Posted on June 24, 2010. Filed under: Easy Tricks using Windows |

From the start menu click on Control Panel. The first thing I would suggest doing after double clicking on the Control Panel, is to switch from Category View to Classic View or Large Icons. This gives you a complete list of all of the possibilities.

Click on the System icon in Control Panel. This is where you can get the most information about your system. Click on Windows Experience Index and then click View and print detailed performance and system information. This tells you exactly what your computer system is and helps determine what you may want to upgrade.

Another way to get system information is to type in msinfo32 in the Start Menu’s Run box.


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