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Check your system configuration

Thursday, 5 April 2012 | By Patrick Stafford

tech-tricksIf you’ve ever wanted to update a piece of your computer, then you should probably know what exactly you have in there in the first place.


To do so on a machine running Microsoft Windows, you should head to the System panel.


Go to the Control Panel, and then open the “system” page. There, you should be able to see what type of processor your computer has, at what speed, and how much RAM you have.


You’ll also be able to see your “Windows Experience Index”, which is a number ranking on the components in your computer.