Operating System Specs Windows 7
Finding Your System SpecificationsYou can check your Windows 7 System Specifications by following these step-by-step instructions.
Step 1Left-click the "Start" button in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen.
Step 2Right-click "Computer" in the Start menu.
Step 3Left-click "Properties" in the menu.
Step 4You will see a window with your computer's system information. Steps 5 through 7 will explain what you are seeing here.
Step 5The first section you should be aware of is under the "Windows edition" header. The red boxes in the above image indicate the key information. The first box indicates the edition of Windows that you are running. In this case, the computer is running Windows 7 Enterprise. The second box indicates the Windows Service Pack you are running, which in this case, is Service Pack 1.
Step 6In the section under the "System" header, you will see information for the processor, RAM, and system type. The first red box in the above image indicates the processor information. This includes the processor model and speed. The second box indicates how much RAM is installed in the computer. The third box indicates the system type. The system type will either be 32-bit or 64-bit depending on the system type of your version of Windows.
Step 7The last section you should be aware of is under the header, "Computer name, domain, and workgroup settings." The first red box in the above image indicates a shorthand version of your computer's name. The second box indicates the full name of your computer. The third box indicates the domain or workgroup your computer is joined to. In this case, the computer is on the domain, "nau.froot.nau.edu."
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