3 Ways How to Know Your Computer Model in Windows

In this tutorial I’m going to show you three simple ways how to know your computer model in Windows. Knowing your laptop or desktop model number can be beneficial in many ways. What if you want to sell your computer online, want to buy compatible accessories and software, or if you want to replace or repair hardware. Definitely you would have to know your computer’s model because you wouldn’t be able to get those stuff done. Also, if you look underneath your laptop and it is faded out, there are other ways to know the model. With that said, let me show you three how to know your computer model in Windows.

How to Know Your Computer Model
3 Ways How to Know Your Computer Model in Windows

How to know your computer model

Method 1: Using System Information

Step 1 – Hold on the “Windows” button and press “R” and the Run window will pop up.

Step 2 – Type “msinfo32” and click “OK“.

You will see the system information window pops up with the specifications of your computer. Look under item and you will see “system model” and that will be the model of your computer.

Method 2: Using DirectX Diagnostic Tool

Step 1 – Hold on the “Windows” button and press “R” and the Run window will pop up.

Step 2 – Type “dxdiag” and click “OK”.

You will see the DirectX Diagnostic Tool windows open up also with the system specifications of your computer. To find the model of your computer, look under the tab “System” and under the heading “System Information” and you will see it.

Method 3: Using System Properties

Hold on the “Windows” button and press “Break/Home” or you can right on “Computer” and click “properties“. The system properties window will pop up with system specifications and from there you can view the computer’s model number. If you don’t know how to find “Computer”, this article explain how to get it.

That’s three of many different ways how to know your computer model in Windows. If you have other ways of finding your computer model kindly share it in the comment section below. Also, if you like my article on 3 Ways How to Know Your Computer Model in Windows you can subscribe and like our Facebook page.

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