On Microsoft Windows 10, the capacity to see a PC’s specs can come in handy in many places. As an illustration, it can be helpful to see if the device fits the least requirements to install a part of the software. If the computer is not running, and you have to troubleshoot a difficulty.
Or, if you see the device is getting more inactive over time, understanding the hardware specifications can assist in verifying whether you need to update an element or it is time to change the device.
Whatever the cause it may be, Windows 10 has numerous methods to check the specifications, such as memory, motherboard, processor, graphics card, Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) or Basic Input/Output System (BIOS), device model number, drivers, updates details, and Windows version, using PC applications or command-line tools. The only caution is that depending on the way, the features available could be somewhat different.
How to Find Computer Hardware Specifications
If you only require the necessary system specifications, such as the memory, windows details, and the processor, you can obtain this data inside the “About” settings page.
To review the PCs specs with the Windows 10 Settings app, use these instructions:
Tap on About.
Below the Device specifications section, view the system memory, processor (RAM), architecture (32-bit or 64-bit), and pen touch support.