Well, if you are using a desktop computer or laptop, then understanding the components inside your PC and your OS information can help you in multiple ways. For example, if you want to add more RAM, you need to know which RAM your motherboard supports. Similarly, while installing software, you need to see if you are using a 32bit or 64bit operating system.

Having proper knowledge about the components inside your PC can also help you to troubleshoot various problems. So, knowing your PC’s full specification is an important thing. You don’t need third-party software to check your PC’s full specification.

Check Your PC’s full Specifications on Windows 10

On Windows 10, you can check your device specifications, including Basic Input/Output System, Firmware, Model Number, Processor, Memory, Drive, Graphics, and other things pretty easily. In this article, we are going to share a few methods which can help you to find out the full list of your device hardware and software specifications.

1. Checking Processor, RAM, Device ID & Windows Version

The system settings page of Windows 10 gives you basic information on specs like Processor, RAM, and current version. Here’s how to check Processor, RAM, Device ID & Windows Version.

Step 1. First of all, click on the Start Button and then select ‘Settings’.

select 'Settings'.
select ‘Settings’.

Step 2. On the Settings page, you need to click on ‘System’

click on 'System'
click on ‘System’

Step 3. Under the System, click on ‘About’

click on 'About'
Click on ‘About’

Step 4. Under the About section, check the ‘Device Specifications’ and ‘Windows Specifications’

That’s it, you are done! Under the device specifications, you can check the device name, processor, RAM, etc. The Windows specification section shows the current version of your Windows operating system.

2. Check the Graphic Card (GPU)

If you are searching for ways to check the Graphics Card details, then you need to try this method. Here’s how to find out the Graphic Details in Windows 10 operating system.

Step 1. First of all, right-click on ‘My Computer’.

Step 2. Now click on ‘Properties’

Select 'Properties'
Select ‘Properties’

Step 3. Now on the System page, you need to click on ‘Device Manager’

Click on 'Device Manager'
Click on ‘Device Manager’

Step 4. There you need to find and expand the ‘Display Adapters‘. Your GPU will be listed there.

Expand the 'Display Adapters' the find the GPU details
Expand the ‘Display Adapters’ the find the GPU details

That’s it! You are done. This is how you can check Graphic details in Windows 10 computer.

3. Check the Motherboard

Well, you don’t need to open the chassis of your PC to check what motherboard you have. You need to follow some of the simple steps given below to check which motherboard your PC is using.

Step 1. First of all, open Windows Search bar and type in ‘System information’

Search 'System information'
Search ‘System information’

Step 2. Open the System Information and scroll down until you find the ‘Motherboard Manufacturer’ or ‘BaseBoard Manufacturer’

Find the 'Motherboard Manufacturer' or 'BaseBoard Manufacturer'
Find the ‘Motherboard Manufacturer’ or ‘BaseBoard Manufacturer’

Step 3. The Baseboard manufacturer shows the Motherboard company and the Baseboard Model tells the model number.

That’s it, you are done! This is how you can check your Motherboard manufacturer and model number on the Windows 10 computer.

4. Check System Information using Command Prompt

Well, if you don’t want to follow the methods given above, then you can utilize the Windows command prompt to check the system information. Let’s find out how to check system information using Command Prompt on Windows 10.

Step 1. First of all, right-click on the Start button and select ‘Command Prompt (Admin)’

Select 'Command Prompt (Admin)'
Select ‘Command Prompt (Admin)’

Step 2. On the command prompt, type in 'systeminfo' and press Enter button.

Enter 'systeminfo'
Enter ‘systeminfo’

Step 3. Now you will be able to see the system information. For more information, you need to type in 'systeminfo /?'

Enter 'systeminfo /?'
Enter ‘systeminfo /?’

That’s it, you are done! This will allow you to view even more details about your computer.

These are the four best methods to check your PC’s full specifications on Windows 10. I hope this article helped you! Share it with your friends also.


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