Are you looking for how to How To Check Computer Specs? Yes, You are in the right place. Checking or find out computer specification is so much easy. And today in this article I will teach you step by step how to easily check your computer specs. So, let’s start…
Check Computer Specs With System Information On Windows
1. First Click on the Windows logo of the computer screen. You will see, The start menu will pop. Click on the setting icon ( The gear-shaped icon) in the bottom left of the start menu.
2. You will find Windows Setting. Now Select and click on System in the upper side of the window.
3. Now click on the About tab. You will find it in the lower-left corner of the window. As I mark on the image.
4. You will find all Specification Like – Device name, Processor, Installed RAM, Device ID, Product ID, System Type, Pen and Touch.
Check Computer Specs On MACOS
1. Click On The Apple Menu: In the top left corner of the screen you will find an apple-shaped icon. It will open a drop-down menu.
2. Click on About This MAC: Top of the drop-down menu of the Apple menu you will find About this MAC. Open it. Review the informations Like- MAC processor, RAM, and graphics unit.
3. Click System Report: For more information Click on System Report. You will find it in the Bottom of About. It will show you the System Report window.
4. Open the hardware menu: In the left top, you will find the right-facing arrow. If the arrow to the left of Hardware is facing down then it already open.
5. Select Graphics/ Display: It will see you a list of your MAC’s hardware components below the hardware heading. Click >Memory to get a better look at your MAC RAM.
Hey dude this is the way you can check computer specs on Windows and MAC. If you have any question please write to us in the comment box.
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