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Sometimes you need some specific information about your Windows computer. Like when you're talking with someone in tech support. ...
They ask you how much RAM you have, or what size hard drive, or what version of Windows and you just aren't sure. For those times, or in case you're just curious, there's a handy utility called System Information that will tell you all you need to know.
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Hi, this is Michael E. Callahan Dr. File Finder and welcome to your Butterscotch.com tutorial on how to find system information. There are times when all us need to find out how much ram we have or what version of Windows or we’re talking with some text support get in. so we’ll click on start, go up to accessories go down the system tools and move right here to system information and click on that.
Now that open up pretty big I'm going to bring it down to size a little bit so we can see it here. Now you see here's the system summary, now keep in mind the distance of virtual machine but it shows—I'm running Windows Vista ultimate, what version it is, is made by Microsoft the name of the computer, here's just some other information look else in the United States, my user name, what time zone it is how much ram I have physical, virtual available and so on.
You can look at hardware resources and again these are virtual resource but here is memory it refreshes the system information so you have the most recent information so you can find things about system information. You can to add components like CD ram. The CD ram under virtual machine is using the CD ram on the computer. The display, the network then you have your software environment choose your other thing about system drivers, signed drivers, print, and network connection to running task. So this is where you’d come to find this kind of information and if text support guy that you get or lady doesn’t know now you'll know where to find this important information about you're system.
Virtually everything that runs on your computer has some kind of listing in here. To running test is going to tell me its running. Those are all the things that are running. So this is the way you can find system information and that’s all there's to it.