Windows 10: Finding System Information

Finding RAM, Processor, and other System Information in Windows 10

Ever wonder how much RAM you have in your computer has? Is someone asking you how many bits your PC has?

Find your control panel by moving your mouse to the lower left-hand side of your screen near the Windows Icon. Type “Control Panel” in the search bar.


Click on the “Control Panel” Desktop app under “Best Match”. In the screen that pops up, you are looking for “System.” If your screen does not look like below, change the “View by” option to “Large icons.”


Clicking on “System” should give you all the basic information about your computer.


It shows your operating system:


Your Central Processing Unit (CPU), Random Access Memory (RAM), and your System Type (32-bit or 64-bit):


And your Computer Name:



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