How To: Identify your system specifications in Windows XP

Identify your system specifications in Windows XP

In this video from exosploit we learn how to find your system specs in Windows XP. If someone is trying to help your computer, you might need this information. Right click My Computer, and click Properties. Here you'll see your operating system, service pack, and how much RAM you have. Also google cpuz. Go to the first link and download it. Extract it and click the main file. Here it will tell you your processor, mother board, what bios version you have, how much RAM you have, and it will tell you what your CPU is running at. Another thing to google is Everest home. Click the first link and download it. Open the program and it will give you even more information about your computer including network, hard drive, direct x version, motherboard, monitor, video card, and more.

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