What processor does my PC have

Windows 10

When it comes to expanding our equipment, we can always start with the simplest, such as changing RAM or the hard drive. But if we want to go further and we want to expand the power that currently offers us, we must change the processor of our equipment.

But first, we must know which is the processor and manufacturer of our equipment, as long as it is a desktop, since changing the processor of a laptop is impossible (all components are welded). If you want to know which is the processor that manages your equipment, then we will show you the steps to follow.

 To know which is the processor of our PC, we have at our disposal two methods, and none of them require installing third-party applications.

Memory via BIOS

The first of them is via BIOS of our equipment, where we can also change the order of the boot units (if we want to start our equipment from a USB or CD), and modify some values ​​of the equipment. Of course, unless you know what you are playing, the best thing you can do is only consult the information you need. Any changes you make can affect not only the startup of your computer, but also its performance.

Memory across the system

Computer processor

The other way to know the RAM of our team, we find it within the Windows configuration options. To access this information, we access the configuration options through the start menu or by pressing the key combination Windows key + i.

Next, click on System. Within the system, in the left column, we must select About. In the right column, in the Device Specifications section, just below the name of our computer on the network, the processor of our computer.

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