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How to Check Computer Information
Knowing the specifications of your computer will help you make informed decisions when purchasing new hardware and software. You can check your system specs in every operating system, regardless of how old it is or what system it's on. All you need is to know where to look. tulle covered items to wear of the wedding


Method One of Seven: ...
Windows XP (using MsInfo32)
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Click Start > Run

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Type MsInfo32

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Find the System Summary on the main page, it includes the principal information about your computer(System , physical memory , virtual memory , BIOS version ...)

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Find information on your hardware on the "Hardware resources" tab.

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Find information about codecs (video, audio, other multimedia ... etc) installed in the "Components" tab.

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Look for information on drivers and services in the "Software Environment" tab.

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Find information about your Default Navigator "Internet Explorer" in the "Internet Settings" tab.
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Look for MS Office applications' information on the "Office Applications" tab.


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Method Two of Seven:
Windows XP (using DxDiag)
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Click Start > Run.

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Type Dxdiag.
You must have any version of DirectX installed on your system.

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Find information about System , Display , Sound , Network, etc. in their appropriate tabs.


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Method Three of Seven:
Windows 7
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Use this method for Windows 7

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Go to Taskbar > Control Panel> System.

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It provides Information about the system (It's nearly like Windows XP).

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Use the DirectX Diagnostic Tool as mentioned in the prior section.


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Method Four of Seven:
Windows Vista
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On the Taskbar : Click "Start" > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Information.

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Follow the same steps as Windows 7.

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