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How to check your computer properties?
RAM, Processor Speed, OS type
To check computer properties, you need to check if your PC (Personal Computer) is On, and then if you’re using Windows 7 or later. What you can do is to go to Start button on desktop and then click on the Start and then start menu display like this:
And after this start menu display, click right click on Computer. And then click Properties see this pictures.
After that windows Computer Properties, it will display and this window show us the following information:
- Windows Edition information, Where Windows Edition show us the information of Windows version, its type and Copyright reserved.
- System information; where show us rating index of Windows experience, Processor size and type, RAM (Random Accessory Memory), System type (32 and 64 bit) and Pen and touch display information (available or not)
- Computer Name, Domain and workgroup setting information, show us the information of Computer Name, Full Computer Name, Computer Description and Domain.
- Windows Activation information, show us the information of Windows activation status this where you can if your windows is going to expired soon or you are using trial version.
To check computer Properties and every windows used is to click on the icon of This Pc, My Computer or Computer. When you have icon on desktop of This PC, we click on it right click and then click Properties.
And if you don’t have this icon on desktop you can put it on desktop by open it as you open folder normal and then in the left side you will find this PC menu and select and hold then drag it to desktop.
You open normally Libraries (Folder) and then look on the left side we finder menu called This PC, My Computer or Computer. then click right click on this menu and go to Properties and then windows of Properties display directly.
Go to home, then click Apple logo in the upper left corner, then Click “About this Mac”
Author: Benoit Picard
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