Follow the instructions below to find sytem and hardware information about your Windows 7 PC.
* We are using Windows 10 in the examples, so it will look slightly different from your Windows 7 system.

CPU & RAM

Storage

Graphics Card

Windows Version

Motherboard

Processor (CPU) & Memory (RAM)

Win7 CPU & RAM

1. Open “File Explorer”.
    – Yellow folder icon in the Task Bar.
    – Keyboard shortcut: “win” + “e”.

2. Right click “My Computer”* in the navigation pane on the left hand side – a menu will open.
    * This example was done on Windows 10 so shows “This PC” instead of “My Computer”.

3. Select “Properties” – a new window will open.
This will show the “Processor” (CPU) and “Installed memory” (RAM) on your pc.

Storage

1. Open “File Explorer”
    – Yellow folder icon in the Task Bar.
    – Keyboard shortcut: “win” + “e”.

2. Select “My Computer”* in the navigation pane on the left hand side.
    * This example was done on Windows 10 so shows “This PC” instead of “My Computer”.

3. This will show all the active drives (partitions).
    – “C:” is usually the operating system hard drive.

4. Right click the drive you are after – this will open a menu.

5. Click “Properties” – this will open a new window.
    This will show a breakdown of the storage space of the drive.
        – Used space.
        – Free space.
        – Capacity (Total storage size).

Graphics Card (GPU)

1. Open “Run”.
    – Windows “Start Menu” > “Run…”.
    – Keyboard shortcut: “win” + “r”.

2. Type “devmgmt.msc” (without the quotes).

3. Click “OK” – this will open a new window.

4. Expand the “Display adapters” section.
    – Click the arrow pointing right, next to the “Display adapters” heading.
This will list all GPUs in the current system.

Windows Version

Windows Version Visual

1. Keyboard shortcut: “win” + “r”.

2. Type “winver” (without the quotes).

3. Click “OK” – this will open a new window.
This will show the Windows version and build information.

Windows Version Info

Motherboard

1. Keyboard shortcut: “win” + “r”.

2. Type “msinfo32” (without the quotes).

3. Click “OK” – this will open a new window.

4. Find the motherboard model information.
    – Look at the “BaseBoard Product” row.