How to See System Information in Windows 10

5 ways to See System Information on Windows 10 – from Settings, msinfo32, Dxdiag, cmd, and PowerShell.

System Information

 
Are you in a hurry to explore the specs existing in a laptop or Desktop? If yes, then you are on the right page since we are writing 4 simple tips to help you to identify the entire detail about any System in Windows 10.

The ways will provide you with the full details of all the hardware and software of your computer quickly even in the least time.

Methods list

1] Through Settings
2] Using System Information
3] Via DirectX Diagnostic Tool
4] Using cmd Command
5] Via PowerShell

 

See System Information in Windows 10

Here is How to See System Information in Windows 10 –

1] Through Settings

  1. Click the – Start.
How to See System Information in Windows 10
  1. Select – Settings.
settings start menu
  1. Next, click on – System.
System Settings
  1. Choose – About.
  2. Now see the – System name and version, Product Id, Processor, memory name and size, System type, Pen and touch input availability.
How to See System Information in Windows 10

2] Using System Information

  1. Click – Search from the taskbar.
  2. Type the – msinfo32.
  3. Press – Enter.
windows search
  1. Now you can see every detail of system information in Windows 10.  This includes 3 sections under System summary – Hardware Resources, Components, and Software Environment.
msinfo32
  1. Double click on any information to expand the tree.
See System Information in Windows 10
  1.  Select the one you want to see.
system information in windows 10

3] Via DirectX Diagnostic Tool

  1. Press the – Windows key.
  2. Type in – Dxdiag.
  3. Hit – Enter to launch the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.
Dxdiag
  1. The tool has 4 menus – System, Display, Sound, Input. Click the relevant one and get all the details of your computer.
DirectX Diagnostic Tool

4] Using cmd Command

You can easily find System Information such as model, Processor, Memory, Network cards, and more in Windows 10 by running a cmd command.

  1. Click the Start and type – cmd.
  2. Select the – Run as administrator.
cmd
  1. Once User Account Control dialog appears, click the – Yes.
  2. Type – systeminfo on the command prompt
  3. Hit the – Enter.
way to see system information in windows 10

5] Via PowerShell

  1. Right click on the – Start.
  2. Select – Windows PowerShell (Admin).
powershell
  1. Click Yes on the User account control dialog.
  2. Type in – Get-ComputerInfo.
  3. Press – Enter.
system info

More info –

1] How to check SSD Hard Drive Temperature in Windows 10
2] 2 Ways to Check Graphics Card Properties on Windows 10
3] Windows 10 – 5 Ways To Know BIOS Version of MotherBoard

The post is updated on – 07.11.2020.

   
 
 
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Love to play with Windows 10. Suggestion - Going for Registry change or system files edit then remember to take a backup or create a restore point before Starting.

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