There are different types of system configuration on Computer, such as Hardware and Software like RAM, Hard disk, Processor, Graphics card etc. Whenever you add any additional hardware to your system it’s necessary to install drivers for that hardware. Today we are going to see how to check your system configuration.
How to check your system configuration using Command Prompt
STEP 1:- Click on start button and go to Run, then type ” msinfo32.exe ”
STEP 2:- On new window your system configuration will be displayed
STEP 3:- Click on + button and choose Hardware Resources, Components, Software environment
STEP 1:- Click on start button and go to Run, then type ” dxdiag “
STEP 2:- Now it will open different tabs and Click on the preferable tab to view the desired configuration.
STEP 3:- You can view System, Display, Sound etc
How to check your system configuration using CPU-Z
CPU-Z is a freeware utility that gathers information on some of the main devices of your system. unzip the files in a directory and run the .exe. After installing CPU-Z it will automatically detect your system configuration and it will show your PC configuration.