How to view laptop specification
Hi everyone in this article I’m explaining about how to view
There are many good reasons for why you may wish to know the
specification of your PC or laptop. Perhaps it is running slowly and you want
to know if an upgrade is appropriate. You may be looking to buy or sell a
laptop, or see if your computer is up to running a specific program or game.
Regardless, once you have thrown away the box in which your PC or laptop
arrived it can be difficult to glean the exact spec.
Some PCs and laptops have stickers on them that tell you the
key specifications. If not, panic not. Here we'll show you simple ways to check
your laptop's specification. How to check the CPU, RAM, OS and graphics card in
any Windows or Mac PC or laptop. See also: Group test: what's the best graphics
How to check your laptop- or PC's specifications
In Windows 8 this is a very simple. Just hover over the top
righthand corner of your screen to bring up the Charms. Then choose Settings
> PC info. This is a short cut that takes you to Control Panel > System
and Security > System.
In Windows XP or Windows 7, you have to work a little
harder. Right-click on My Computer and select Properties (in Windows XP, this
is called System Properties). Look for System in the Properties window
(Computer in XP).
Whichever version of Windows you are using, you'll now bee
able to see your PC- or laptop's processor, memory and OS.
Processor tells you the speed of your CPU, and the specific
processor model. The entry for Memory (RAM) tells you how much RAM is running
on your computer. More is better, but if you have a 32-bit operating system,
you can use only up to 4GB of RAM.
Finally, the entry for System type will tell you what
version of Windows you are running. Newer versions of Windows will also tell
you if you have a 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor.
Now let's find out what graphics card your laptop or PC is
running, knowing that most laptops have onboard graphics rather than a discrete
What graphics card is in my PC?
In Windows 8, go to the Charms, Settings, PC info window as
above. In Windows XP or Windows 7 get to My Computer, Properties, System
(System Properties) as above.
Now, go to Device Manager > Display Adaptors. You will
see what graphics card your PC or
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