Computer constitute of various hardware and software.  It is always good to have knowledge about computer’s full specification. If you are using a desktop computer or laptop it doesn’t matter, but knowing components used inside your system cancan help you in multiple ways.

If you are using high resource hungry software in your system, your system definitely will be slower compared to lighter application. And to improve efficiency you decide to add a resource that might be RAM, HDD, SSD or Graphic memory, but you don’t have knowledge which type your system support. Likewise, while installing a software you need to know if you are using 32bit or 64bit operating system.

Having proper knowledge of what’s inside your system and what it supports helps to troubleshoot various problems. Thus, knowing your system full specification is an important thing. You don’t need any third party application to check your system details.

Check your computer’s full specification using Windows 10

  • Processor, RAM, Product ID and Windows Version
  • Graphic Card (GPU)
  • Motherboard
  • System Information using Command Prompt

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Check your computer’s full specification using Windows 10

Windows 10 is a versatile operating system. You can use it for wide variety of field. For different work you need a system with different configuration. The system that you are using in your office and the one that you are using in your home might have different I/O system, Firmware, Model Number, Processor, Memory, Graphics and other things. In this article, we are going to share pretty easy methods that can help you find details about your device hardware and software.

Check Processor, RAM, Product ID and Windows Version

The about page of widows setting in Windows 10 gives you basic specification like Processor, RAM, Device ID, Product ID, etc. Here’s how you can view it.

Step 1: Click on Start Menu. And select ‘Settings’ (shortcut win + i).

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Step 2: A setting page will pop up.  Click on System.


Step 3: Under the system navigate to About.

How to check Computer's Full Specification, About

Step 4: In this About page view your device and windows specifications.

Under the device specifications, you can view your Processor, installed RAM, Device ID, etc. Down below, Windows Specifications shows you the edition, version, installed date and OS build of Windows.

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Check the Graphic Card (GPU)

Windows 10 allows you to see graphics details as well. Here’s how to find out.

Step 1: Right click on ‘This PC’. And navigate to ‘Properties’ (shortcut win + Pause Break).

Step 2:  On the left panel select Device Manager.

Step 3: Device Manager window will pop up. Head on to Display adapters. GPU in your system will be listed there.

device adapters windows 10

That’s all! You are done. This is one of the several ways to check GPU.

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Check the Motherboard

You don’t need to dissemble your system to find out which motherboard you are using. Get along with the following steps to check what you have inside you chassis as your Motherboard.

Step 1: Click on Start menu.

Step 2: Search for ‘System Information’. And then press enter key.

system information windows 10

Step 3: On the right pane, move your eye towards BaseBoard Manufacturer or Motheboard manufacturer.

motherboard information  windows 10

Step 4: The Baseboard manufacturer shows you the Motherboard Company, Baseband product refers to Motherboard name and the Baseboard version tells you about the version of your motherboard.

This is all you have to do to check your Motherboard Manufacturer, product and version.

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Check System Information using Command Prompt

We all know, Windows Command Prompt  is a powerful tool. If you don’t want to follow the methods listed above, you can use the Command Line Interface to check the system information. Let’s dive into how to check system information using Comand Prompt on Windows 10.

Step 1: Right click on Start menu and select ‘Command Prompt (Admin)’ (shortcut win + x followed by A). in my case i am using Windows PowerShell (Admin)

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Step 2: On the command prompt, type ‘systeminfo’ and hit Enter.

Windows powershell system information, Computer's full specification,

That’s all! Now, you can view your system information.

These are the four different methods to check your system information on Windows 10. I hope this article helped you!

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