How do I find System Information on my Dell laptop?
Click the Start button, and then type System Information in the search box. In the list of search results, under Programs, click System Information to open the System Information window.
How can I know my system configuration?
You can also type “msinfo32.exe” into the Start menu’s search box and press “Enter” to view the same information. You can also click the Start button, right-click “Computer” and then click “Properties” to see your operating system, processor model, computer make and model, processor type and RAM specifications.
How do I find my Dell computer system number?
- Type cmd in the Windows search bar at the bottom-left of the screen, then select Command Prompt from the list of results.
- In the Command Prompt window, type wmic bios get serialnumber and press Enter.
- The Service Tag (Serial Number) appears as shown in the image below.
How do I find out what laptop model I have?
- First click on the Start button.
- Then right-click on the option “Computer”
- Then choose the “Properties” option.
- This will open all the information related to the laptop’s make and model, operating system, specifications and even the processor model.
How do I find the name of my laptop?
How to locate the device name on windows
- Windows Logo key + Break key.
- Right click My Computer/This PC > Properties.
- Control panel > System and Security> System.
How do I find information about my laptop?
How do I find details of my laptop?
Click on the Start button, right-click on “Computer” and then click on “Properties”. This process will display the information about the laptop’s computer make and model, operating system, RAM specifications, and processor model.
What happens during system configuration?
By extension, system configuration also refers to the specific operating system settings that have been set by default automatically or manually by a given program or the user. A computer system, particularly the operating system, dictates a set of default settings and configuration when the system first comes online.