You can access your system information in the Control Panel by following the steps below.
1. Open the Control Panel by typing “Control Panel” in the search bar or selecting it from the Start menu.
2. Select “System and Security” from the list of options, then select “System.”
3. Here, you will be able to view all of your system information, including the Processor type and speed, installed memory (RAM), edition of Windows that you are running, system type (32-bit or 64-bit), your activation status and product key, and more.
4. Depending on the version of Windows you are running, you will be able to view even more detailed information about your system, such as your computer’s make and model, BIOS version, hardware resources (devices, ports, and their configurations), and much more.
5. You can also check for updates, device drivers, and programs in the Windows Update section of the System window.
6. In the Advanced system settings, you will be able to adjust settings such as processor scheduling, virtual memory, data execution prevention, and environment variables.
7. Lastly, if you want to view even more detailed information about your system, you can open the Performance Information and Tools menu. This menu displays detailed information about your system’s performance, such as your processor usage, hard drive utilization, memory consumption, and system response time. You can also use this menu to diagnose basic problems such as slow system startup, low performance, and limited file access.
By navigating through the System window in the Control Panel, you can gain a better understanding of your PC’s current state and make adjustments to keep it running smoothly.