How To Check Full System Specifications In Windows (4 Best Ways)

Check Full System Specifications In Windows
You know what, every software or game always require a specific requirements to run. So, whenever if you try to install any software or game then you should know about the requirements of it and also should know about the configuration of your device. It’s very necessary to match the requirements of your computer and running application. Otherwise, it won’t work on your device. Same conditions also apply with PC games. As we know, Games very sensitive than Softwares. So, if it’s requirements don’t match with your computer then it can’t run.

Furthermore, if you’re talking with a computer expert and discussing any problem about your computer then Expert will definitely ask about your computer first. So, in this situation, you may also need to know specifications of your device.

Nevertheless, it’s cleared now that you should know about your computer, about its hardware and requirements. Because lots of occasions are there where you might need to know information about your computer.

It may be wired to you, after knowing that about 64% users don’t know that how to check a complete system specifications. They know one and only common way from My Computer’s properties. Always remember, PC properties never show a complete spec of your device. It shows only about your processor speed and Ram memory. Otherwise, you can’t find what’s your display memory, sound or more. For that, you have to follow another way. So here I shared some best and easy ways that you would really like and these will also be helpful for you.

4 Ways To Check System Specifications

Here are some reliable ways to check system configuration. So, let's start.

1. From DXDIAG

Yes! DXDIAG is simply best way, from which every user can check full configuration easily. To check system specification from DXDIAG, go to start and in search type dxdiag  and press Enter.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows
Once you press the Enter, a dialog box will open like below image. This will a first page named as 'System', where you can check Computer name, operating system, language, system manufacturer, system model, BIOS, processor, memory, file page and DirectX version.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows
For check the graphics memory, click on the 'Next Page'. Now next menu will be opened and you can check your graphics memory with complete information. Here you can check Manufacturer, about your graphics chip, total graphics memory and more like below image.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows
Similarly, you can check your further current information about your computer by clicking on  'Next Page'.

2. From My Computer's Properties

As I said above, most people use My Computer's properties to check their system specification. But properties don't show full specification. You can check only operating system type, processor and memory of your device from the properties of My Computer. But for display and deeply about processor, Device Manager will help you. To check operating system type, Processor speed and memory, go to 'My Computer' and right click on it. Select 'Properties'.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows
Now your 3 basic information about computer will show from this way.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows
For display or graphics and number of CPU's, go to the start and in search type device manager and select it.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows
Once the device manager opened, then click on 'Display Adapter' to check your graphics information and to check number of CPU's or about your processor, click on 'Processor'. Example is showed in he image.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows

3. From Run

'Run' is another best way to check your system configuration. Now first open Run, by pressing 'Win+R', and then type msinfo32 and press Enter.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows
After this action, a dialog will be opened, where you can check a complete information about your system. A basic and general information will display on front. On left corner, three options are present in 'System Summary'. From these options, you can check also further information about your computer.

Check Full System Specifications In Windows

4. From Softwares

So, last way is Software. If you're not satisfied from above three ways and don't wanna follow them, then you can check also your system configuration from Softwares. In this way, you have to face some formalities like downloading and installation. Once you have done, then open installed Software and check full specification of your device. Below, I shared some trusted software. I hope, these will be helpful for you.

i. CPU-Z & GPU-Z:

Hopefully, you are well aware from CPU and GPU. CPU is basically an abbreviation of Central Processing Unit and GPU is an abbreviation of Graphical Processing Unit. As mentioned above in title, CPU-Z and GPU-Z are two separate Softwares. Both are powered by same company Tech Power. CPU-Z is used to check a complete information about your Processor and Ram. You can check processor Cores, Cache etc of your device and can also check Memory speed, Bus speed etc of Ram. GPU-Z helps you to check all about your display or Graphics card including live reporting like Temperature, usage etc. You can check Bus speed, Memory Speed, Bandwidth, Model Shader, Pixel, DirectX version etc by using GPU-Z.

ii. Speccy:

Speccy is another advanced tool to check system specification. You need to download and install. It shows information about Processor brand and model, Hard drive size and speed, Amount of memory (RAM), Graphics card and Operating system. I said already above, people use to My Computer's properties to check basic information about your device. But Speccy gives you a complete detail and statistics on every piece of hardware in your computer. Including CPU, Motherboard, RAM, Graphics Cards, Hard Disks, Optical Drives, Audio support. Additionally Speccy adds the temperatures of your different components.

iii. Computer Specifications:

Computer Specifications is also best. A main benefit is, you have no need to install it in your device. It doesn't require installation. Just download it and then open. It will show all about your device. You can Get Info button and the program displays your machine's battery status, processor cores, processor usage, processor name, operating system, amount of RAM, graphics card, graphics memory, display resolution, free space, thermal state, PC type, and PC model.
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