When you need advice in forums after you encounter problems with your own computer, you are often asked about your system configuration, like the exact Windows version and so on.
Before you look up information in the settings with much efforts, you can have Windows
display important system details automatically and route them to a text file that is at hand at all times.
Right-click in the taskbar on the Windows icon and in the menu, select “Command Prompt (Admin)“.
Type the command “systeminfo > c:\systeminfos.txt“. You can also set another
path if needed.
The screen remains blank, but you should now see a new text file on the “C:\” drive. Type only “systeminfo” and the information will be displayed on the screen.
Other Ways to View System Information
1. Setting option
You are also able to view your system information in a Setting menu by navigating
Start > Settings > System > About
2. System properties
You are able to view your System setting through “This PC” properties.
Right-clcik on the ‘This PC” and select ” Properties”
it will show you your PC system information
3. Use Msinfo utility
You can launch msinfo utility through msinfo32.exe run command
4. Use Third Party Tools
- Download and install Speccy which is Fast, lightweight, advanced system information tool for your PC.
2. Belarc Advisor is one of the best and my favorite tool to find detailed system information.
Belarc Advisor builds a detailed profile of your installed software and hardware, including Microsoft Hotfixes and software serial numbers.
After collating all the data, it then shows the results in your Web browser. All of your PC profile information is kept private on your PC and is not sent to any Web server.