How to view all pc specs of a windows based PC

PC Specifications

To view all the specifications (specs) of a Windows-based PC, you can use various methods and tools. Here are a few ways to do this:

1. **Using System Information**:

   – Press `Windows + R` to open the Run dialog.

   – Type “msinfo32” and press Enter. This will open the System Information window.

   – In the left pane, you can navigate through different categories to view details about your hardware, software, and more.

2. **Using DirectX Diagnostic Tool**:

   – Press `Windows + R` to open the Run dialog.

   – Type “dxdiag” and press Enter. This will open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool, which provides information about your system’s components and settings.

3. **Using Third-Party System Information Tools**:

   – There are third-party tools like CPU-Z, Speccy, and HWiNFO that can provide detailed information about your PC’s hardware specifications. Download and install one of these tools, and they will provide a comprehensive overview of your system specs.

4. **Using PowerShell** (for some basic information):

   – Open PowerShell as an administrator (search for “PowerShell” in the Windows search bar, right-click, and select “Run as administrator”).

   – You can use commands like `Get-WmiObject` to retrieve hardware information. For example, you can use `Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_ComputerSystem` for general system information.

These methods will help you view detailed information about your Windows-based PC, including CPU, RAM, graphics card, storage, and other hardware specifications.

Alternatively you can type dxdiag on the search bar and follow the demonstrations shown in the video below: 

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