How to Find out the System Specs in Windows XP
If you want to purchase a new software such as a 3D game or a video editing software, the system requirements of this kind software are probably higher than your PC hardware.
Windows XP is a 10 years old system, if your computer runs Windows XP fast and smooth, it doesn’t mean that any software installed on Windows XP can also work great. It is highly recommended to check the system specs of your computer before you buy, below is the steps that show you how to find out the system specs in Windows XP.
Find Out System Specs in Windows XP
There are two courses that you can look up the system specs for Windows XP.
(1) Control Panel
- Look up your system specs by clicking on the Start button which is at the left bottom corner, clicking on Setting, and then clicking on Control Panel.
- In the Control Panel, click on the System icon.
- You’ll find The Processor and Ram information informtaion in this step.
(2) My Computer
- Look up your system specs by right-clicking on the My Computer icon which is at the desktop.
- Click on Properties.
- You’ll find The Processor and Ram information in this step.
Find out the system specs
No matter what course that you choose, in the General tab, on the System Properties, the window displays those all important information about Ram and processor details and which version of Windows you’re using.