How do I check the system information in Windows Control Panel?

To view system information in Windows Control Panel, open the Control Panel using one of the following methods:

1. Press Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box. Type control and press Enter.

2. Click the Start button, type control panel in the search box, and then click Control Panel in the results.

In Control Panel, select System and Security > System.

The System window will open and display general information about your computer and the operating system installed on it. This information includes the computer name, the domain (if any) to which it is joined, the version of Windows installed, the processor installed in your computer, the amount of RAM (Random Access Memory) installed in your system, and the system type (32 or 64 bit).

You can also view more detailed system information in this window by clicking Advanced system settings in the left pane.

The System Properties window will open. In the System Properties window, you can view additional system information such as the device drivers installed in your system and the partitions on the hard disk drive (if any).

You can also manage system environment variables in this window. System environment variables are values that determine some aspects of the environment in which programs run. For example, the “Path” system environment variable stores the directories in which Windows looks for executable files.

Finally, you can also view your computer’s system performance in the Performance tab. This tab displays real-time graphs of your system’s memory and processor usage. You can use these graphs to identify any system bottlenecks that may be causing your computer to run slowly and take corrective actions accordingly.

In conclusion, the System window in the Control Panel provides a convenient way to view detailed information about your computer’s hardware, software, and system performance.