It's easy to find out the computer name using the command prompt or Powershell commands on Windows 11, 10, ... etc.!
You can determine your computer name via the command line with the command hostname , this is also used by power users and administrators on MS Server 2022, 2019, 2016, and it can also be used on desktop operating systems such as Microsoft's Windows 11, 10, 8.1, ... can be used to query the computer name!
1.) ... Example 1 query via the command prompt!
|(Image-1) Find out the computer via the command prompt!|
2. Run the MS PowerShell with command: powershell
3. The command: $env:computername without detours display the Windows computer name
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Quite simply the query from the computer name under Windows OS!
|(Image-2) Find out the computer name about Powershell on Windows 11|
A computer name is a unique identifier assigned to each computer and used by IT to locate and connect to a computer for routine maintenance and remote technical support. Computer names are also required for employees who want to access their office machine remotely, such as from home.
All computer names are set up in a standard format that includes location and identification information. You can find out the computer name of a PC by following these steps:
►► Change the workgroup / PC name using the command prompt or PowerShell!
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FAQ 93: Updated on: 7 August 2021 16:13