Wednesday, November 22, 2017

How to View Specifications On Computers and Laptops 'Windows'

How to Check Hardware Specification PC or Laptop, be it RAM, CPU, GPU, and others. Specifications on #Laptop and Computers are usually on the box itself. Sometimes there are also details on the Sticker Specifications that are attached to the laptop keyboard corner, but such Sticker not all laptops have it. Only certain laptops are installed Sticker like Acer, Lenovo, and Toshiba.

For those of you who want to know How to View Specifications On Laptops And Computers, you do not need to have to search box or box from laptop itself. Basically, you can directly check the Specifications via the laptop itself. To do so, there are manuals without apps and some are in need of additional apps. For more details, you can directly refer to the following reviews.

How to Check Hardware Specifications On Laptops and Computers

To See Specifications On Computer And Laptops usually vary, depending on the Operating System used. For those of you who use Laptop with Windows XP operating system or 7 will obviously different way with which use Windows 8.1 and 10, vice versa. For more details, about how to check what kind of laptop specifications, please refer to the following method.

Method 1: Check Laptop Specifications Without Additional Software

For the first method I will give that is see the specification of the computer without having to install additional applications. You can do this easily and quickly, but each operating system will be slightly different. This time I will give the method on the operating system Windows XP, 7, 8.1, and also 10. Immediately you refer to the method below.

  •     For those of you who use the Windows operating system 8.1 and 10, you can go directly to the Settings menu »System, and click" About ". In that section you can see the detail specification of CPU, RAM, and also the version of Windows that you use.
  •     As for those of you who still use Windows XP and 7 operating system, you can check the Specification via right click on My Computer and select Properties or System Properties in Windows XP. And In that section, you can see the specification of Processor, RAM, and Windows version you are using. If you use 32-bit Windows, the maximum RAM that can be displayed can only be under 4 GB only. If you are using a laptop with up to 4 GB of RAM, it would be nice to use 64-bit Windows for optimal performance.
  •     In addition to using the above two ways, you can also do it in other ways of course the results will be more complete and detailed. Click Start »RUN, then type dxdiag, and will automatically show all the specs on your laptop. To view the GPU or VGA onboard specifications, you can click on the "Display" tab.

Method 2: Check Specifications With Speccy Applications

If the method above method is less detail according to you, you can use Speccy application to see specification on laptop or computer. Speccy on special cancang to see in detail about all the hardware that is on the computer, be it RAM, CPU, Motherboar, Graphic Card, Operating System, Storage Media, and many more. To use the Speccy application, you can refer to the reviews below.

  •     The first step, you first download Speccy application. To get the Speccy Application, you can search it yourself in #Google with the keyword "Speccy". I'm sure you'll find it and you can download it yourself.
  •     After you successfully downloaded, you can install the Application in accordance with Speccy application instructions.
  •     Open the Speccy app, and wait while Speccy scans on all your laptop or computer hardware. and that's where you can see all the specifications of laptop you have, be it RAM, CPU, Motherboar, Graphic Card, Operating System, Storage Media, and many more.
  •     Done.


There are two methods you can do, please choose the method according to your wishes. The point remains the same, but for more detailed results it is better to install the application Speccy. Why? Because the information provided is more detailed than just using the usual way without additional applications.


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