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How to Check The Computer Configuration?

Most computer users understand the significance of fundamental PC components such as RAM and hard drive, as well as other components such as graphics and sound cards, network adapter, and central processor unit. This information is required for troubleshooting or upgrading your computer, as well as when downloading drivers. Business owners should keep their computer equipment up to date for optimal performance. Examine the PC’s setup in Windows to determine whether to upgrade it.

So, how to check the computer configuration? Windows has a program that may be used to acquire information about the laptop’s settings. Follow these steps to learn everything there is to know about your laptop’s setup.

How to check the configuration of computer

  • Step 1: Enter “system” into the search area after clicking the “Start” button. Choose “System Information” from the Programs menu.
  • Step 2: Click “System Summary” to view information about the computer’s operating system, processor, basic input/output system, and RAM.
  • Step 3: Click “Components” twice. Choose a hardware device from the list to view its name, manufacturer, driver location, and more information.

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How to find the computer configuration in Windows 10, 11

We will demonstrate many methods for learning about your computer’s information:

  • From Settings
  • Using System Information
  • Using Command Prompt

From Settings

If you want to check the configuration of a computer, right-click on “my computer” or “this PC” or whatever you call it, and then select “Properties.”

You may also go to Settings → System → About to learn about comparable stuff. This settings page displays the precise version of Windows 10, 11 as well as the build number. You may also view your system’s system type, processor, and RAM.

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Using Command Prompt

The systeminfo.exe software can display information about your computer. See below for instructions on how to view your system information using the command-line tool:

  • Open the windows menu
  • Type “Command Prompt”, then click “Command Prompt”, or press the Windows button and R on your keyboard, then type “cmd” and press Enter.
  • This will launch the command prompt application. Enter system information into the command prompt and hit “Enter”.

After doing so, you’ll see full configuration information about your computer’s hardware and operating system, such as Windows and update information, architecture, BIOS version, RAM and network adapter specifications, and other information.

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Using System Information app

  • Type “System information” or “msinfo” in the Cortana search box, then press Enter.

When you launch the utility, you’ll notice the System Summary, which includes details such as the system model, type, your PC’s CPU, BIOS information, the last firmware update date, and installed memory/RAM.

  • The graphics card information isn’t visible in the “System Summary”, but if you’re curious, you can quickly check it by expanding “Components” and choosing “Display”.
  • Open the Windows Run dialog (“Windows key + R” shortcut or Right-click on the Start button and select “Run” from the pop-up menu), type “msinfo32”, then click the OK button to access system information.

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How to check computer configuration in Windows 7

  • At the bottom of the screen, click within the Search Programs and Files area (Start Search in Vista). The software “msconfig displays” at the top of the search field.
  • To open the System Configuration dialog box, type msconfig. A UserAccount Control notification is displayed by Vista.
  • Click the Boot tab. The System Configuration dialog box appears.
  • To test your system with the minimum programs loaded, go to the “General page,” choose “Diagnostic Startup”, and click OK.
  • When you have finished, go to the General tab and click OK. You exit regular starting mode, and your computer resumes with all of its apps running.

Conclusion

Knowing your computer configuration is critical information for anybody purchasing a computer. It is also necessary for a certain employee to know that the computer is appropriate and fit for that task. Not every computer is ideal for every task. Different jobs necessitate the use of specialized computer features. As a result, you must be familiar with your computer’s configuration. And we hope this guide has provided you with all of the knowledge you require.

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Eyal Ephrat, M.D., the co-founder and CEO of healthPrecision, has a proven track record as an entrepreneur capable of bringing genuinely innovative and successful solutions to market. A technologist, Dr. Ephrat is considered one of the industry’s leaders in paving the path for clinicians’ successful adoption of computerized assistance and automation. His work brings high-precision and reliable intelligent decision solutions to the point of care, solving what was once one of the most persistent barriers to computer use by clinicians. Dr. Ephrat previously co-founded medCPU and served as its CEO. During his tenure, medCPU was in use by more than 60 hospitals and hospital systems across the United States and was considered one of the best real-time, intelligent clinical decision support solutions available. Before medCPU, Dr. Ephrat founded and served as CEO of PeriGen, a pioneer in high-precision point-of-care clinical decision support in obstetrics. Under his leadership, the solution was deployed in more than 40 hospitals and health systems. PeriGen has been highly respected by its long-term users since 2000. Dr. Ephrat earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from The Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem and served as a resident OB/GYN physician at Sha'are Zedek Medical Center, where he concentrated mainly in high-risk obstetrics. Before attending medical school, Dr. Ephrat served as Chief Designer and Developer at Advanced Communications and Logical Systems.

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