Step 1: Open the Start Menu.
Step 2: Click on the Control Panel.
Step 3: Select System and Security from the Control Panel options that appear.
Step 4: Click on the System link.
Step 5: Look for the section labeled Device Manager.
Step 6: Expand the categories by clicking the + sign next to each one.
Step 7: You should see the list of all your hardware, such as Monitors, Audio Inputs, Keyboards, Mice and other Pointing Devices, Network Adapters, Processors, and so on.
Step 8: Click on each device to view detailed information about it, such as its manufacturer, model number, driver version, and more.
Step 9: To view information about your system’s hardware components, click on the System icon under Control Panel/System and Security.
Step 10: Here you’ll find details about your processor, RAM, graphics card, hard disk drive, etc.
Step 11: To view additional information, click on the Advanced System Settings link at the left.
Step 12: Select the Hardware tab in the System Properties window and click the Device Installation Settings button.
Step 13: Under the Device Installation Settings window, make sure the checkbox for “No, let me choose what to do” is selected and then click the Save Changes button.
Step 14: Click on the Device Manager link under Control Panel/System and Security.
Step 15: You should now see an expanded list of all your system’s hardware components, along with the manufacturer name and model number for each device.
Step 16: If you want to get even more detailed information about a particular hardware component, right-click on it and select Properties.
Step 17: In the Properties window, select the Details tab and scroll down the list of properties to get a full report on the hardware.
Step 18: You can also use the Windows System Information tool to view detailed hardware information. To open this tool, press the Windows key + R and type ‘msinfo32’ into the box that appears.
Step 19: This tool gives you a comprehensive overview of all the hardware connected to your system.