Exploring How to Check PC Specs on Windows 11: A Detailed Walkthrough

How to Check PC Specs Windows 11: A Simple Guide

Hello everyone, this is Tracy from, and today, let's learn how to check PC specs on 11. This is an important task as knowing your system specifications helps you get the best performance from your PC, whether you're installing new or evaluating your PC's performance.

Opening the System Settings Window

To start, click on the Start button at the bottom left corner of the screen. Next, click on ‘Settings' to access your Windows 11 settings.

In the ‘Settings' window, you will find a variety of options. Here, you need to select ‘System,' listed as the first option in the settings sidebar to access your PC's system settings.

Accessing the About Page

Now you are in the ‘System' settings. Scroll down the sidebar until you reach the ‘About' section. Clicking on ‘About' will navigate you to a different screen where you will find details about your specific computer specs.

Reviewing Your PC Specs

In the ‘About' section, you will find all the details associated with your PC including system model, processor, installed RAM, device ID, and more. You'll also see the version and build of your Windows 11 here.

By following these steps, you've successfully learned how to check PC specs on Windows 11. It's a handy knowledge piece for all Windows 11 users for better understanding and management of their devices.

I hope this article has been helpful. Remember, understanding technology doesn't have to be scary or complex. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please feel free to reach me anytime at [email protected].

Happy computing!

– Tracy



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Tracy C.
Tracy C.

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