Modern day laptops come in various types and have a wide variety of specifications ranging from RAM, ROM(external memory), SSD (solid state drive), Processor and processor generation, Graphics Card info, System Model and Make,Memory(cache) details and more,
You might see them whilst you are searching for what type of laptops you require but how to check them when you have the computer/laptop.
Whenever you buy a laptop you look for what is the best instead of just buying whatever piece the seller shows you. But what if the shown specifications turn out to be different than the ones that are present in the computer/laptop. Hence you need to verify those for yourself when you buy it.
There are various ways in which you can check your system configuration in your laptops
Knowing system conf. in ‘WINDOWS’
- Press START–> RIGHT CLICK ON COMPUTER–> PROPERTIES. This will lead you to your computer details of processor, clock-speed, ram, system storage etc
- You can also directly search it in your “FIND” searcher
- This is the easiest way. You can simply write down ‘msinfo32.exe’ and that will lead you to a dedicated window. the window will show all your system properties.
Also if you want to know your graphic settings just right click on your desktop. Then you will see ‘GRAPHIC PROPERTIES’. There you will get all your information about your graphics card and all the modes you can use in it
You need to check your computer software before purchasing it, many frauds do take place. Hence knowing such details is essential
Knowing system conf. in ‘APPLE’
The above steps were for MICROSOFT but you want to check your system configuration in your Apple Mac-book,
Press and hold the option key–> Apple menu–> System information, this will lead you to your mac-book configuration
Knowing system configuration in ‘UBUNTU’
But Knowing system configuration in Ubuntu is not the same. Following are the steps to follow
- Press Ctrl-Alt-T it will open the terminal. Now when it opens you have to write the required command of system information to get it.
- The command is, > system_info.html
- In order for the command to run you need Firefox where the command that is your system info can be displayed
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