There are a few ways to find out what type of CPU is in a Windows PC without having to open the case.
It goes without saying that every user wants to know which processor is installed on their computer system. To get this kind of information, you can use some simple solution depending on what CPU properties you want to display. You do not need meaningful free ones such as the ► CPU frequency!
The first and easiest way to get information about the processor can be called the standard method.
1. Simply press the key combination [Win-Logo] + [R]
2. And the command control /name Microsoft.System
3. confirm the command with [ENTER]!
The second option of the CPU query also key combination [Win-Logo] + [R] and the command msinfo32.exe and confirm the command with [ENTER]! ( ... see Image-2 )
Most computer users have no idea what type of CPU is in their computer and that's fine. As long as your computer is working properly and doing the job, the CPU type is rarely a problem. That being said, you might want to know what type of CPU is installed in your computer. But it can also be done using the "dxdiag" command . When querying Direct-X, the process information is also displayed. ( ... see image-3 points 1 and 2 )
As with MAC-OS, Linux, and Android, you can quickly get information about processors under all Windows operating systems, these examples are suitable for --- OS_Windows6 --- almost all Windows operating systems.
FAQ 29: Updated on: 2 June 2020 19:54