How to Find Your Windows 10 PC Hardware and System Specs

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Either to solve problems or replace a part, sometimes you need to know what's under your Windows 10 PC. Check out our guide on how to find the hardware specifications of your PC.

There will be times when you need to know what's under the hood of your computer. Maybe you want to install an NVMe M.2 SSD or add RAM to your laptop. You may need to know your version of Windows or other system details to make sure that you can run a software program. Or maybe you need to solve a problem.

Whatever the reason, here is our guide on how to find complete system specifications on your Windows computer. Either by using utilities built into Windows 10 or a third-party application.

Find the specifications of your Windows 10 computer

For basic information about your system in Windows 10, go to Settings> System> About . There you will see basic device specifications like your CPU, install RAM, system type and Windows 10 version.

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Now, if you need more details press Windows key and type : system information and press Enter or select the top search result of "System Information". That will show a lot of information in a traditional Windows menu from the old school. In fact, here it gets quite technical and geeky. In addition to the basic information, here you will find information on component and system resources, including IRQs and I / O ports. If you need to find a precise detail, you can use the search field in the lower part of the window.

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If it is a Line Nut command, you can obtain system specifications using the command prompt or PowerShell. Open the command prompt or type PowerShell (Admin) and : systeminfo and press Enter. That will provide a long list of data such as the BIOS version, the Windows version, the installation data, the CPU, the computer model and more.

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Find Monitor Information

There may also be times when you need to get advanced display information from your monitor and Windows 10 has a section for that too. Go to Settings> System> Display> Advanced Display Settings . There you will discover several details, including the manufacturer of the screen and the model number, the frequency of update and much more.

 Advanced Display Settings Windows 10

For detailed step-by-step instructions, read our article on how to find advanced display information on your monitor.

Find device information online

If you have your computer running Windows 10 (version 1803 or higher) configured with a Microsoft account, you can find Basic System Information through a web browser. The company has expanded its Microsoft Dashboard to include a section of "Devices" where you can monitor the health of your PC and check the health of your system and device information remotely.

 Microsoft Account Dashboard

Use a third-party application to find the Your computer's system specifications

If you're looking for Windows it's not To provide what you need, you can also try a free third-party utility The free, trusted applications that come to mind are Belarc Advisor or CPU-Z. of my favorite applications to get system specifications in Windows is aptly named: Speccy, it's free and easy to use, it comes from Piriform, the creators of CCleaner, we've covered Speccy in the past and it's still just as good

. Install the application ion and execute it. It provides detailed information about your CPU, RAM, motherboard, graphics card, connected peripherals and more. What I like about this is that it provides a lot of system information in an attractive user interface with just a couple of clicks.

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Whether you're changing a graphics card, solving a problem or needing detailed specifications, there are many ways to find information on your Windows PC 10. And if you have a Chromebook, see our article: How to find the hardware and system specifications of your Chromebook.

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