How to View Laptop or PC Specifications, RAM, CPU and GPU

Application Computer – There are many reasons why you want to know the specifications of the laptop or computer that are used today. Probably because just curious with what specification laptop or computer specification you have. Or when it comes to installing software / games, you want to make sure that your laptop and computer specifications meet the minimum requirements.

You may also want to know the specification details because your laptop / computer is in trouble. For example, in certain cases, your computer sounds when it is turned on and will not boot to Windows. After you check that there is damaged broken hardware, then you have to buy the appropriate hardware with your motherboard. So a lot of benefits if you know the specifications of laptops and PCs are used.

Some laptops have stickers that slightly write down the details of the laptop’s specifications. But not all laptops are like that. For that following WinPoin give way check the specification of laptop or computer, be it from RAM, CPU or GPU.


How to View Laptop or PC Specifications, both RAM, CPU, and GPU

If you’re using Windows 10 or Windows 8.1, you just go to Settings> System and click About. From here you will see the version of Windows, CPU, and RAM you are using.

For Windows XP and Windows 7, right-click on My Computer and select Properties or System Properties in Windows XP.

By the way above you will see the version of Windows, Processor, RAM you use. But if you’re using a 32-bit version of akunqq Windows, the maximum RAM displayed is just under 4GB. So if you have more than 4GB of RAM, we recommend using 64-bit Windows.

Then now we will check the VGA or GPU specifications used by your laptop or computer. You need to know, some laptops usually have two GPU or VGA, first installed onboard and the second is GPU or VGA dedicate.

To check GPU or VGA on your laptop or computer, first press Win + R to open Windows Run and type dxdiag. After the DirectX window opens, click the display tab and you will find the GPU or VGA onboard specs.

Then try clicking on the rendering tab, here you will find the specs GPU or VGA attached in dedicate.

Another way you can do is through device manager. Click Start, type device manager and press enter. Then click Display adapters and you will find the type of GPU or CPU you are using.


How to View Laptop and Computer Specifications Without Diversity

Well for you who do not want ribet, you can use Speccy application. This simple application you can use to see the detail of PC specifications easily.

That’s a simple way that you can use to find out the specifications of the laptop or computer you are using. If you have any other tips, please add in the comments and we will add them to the article.