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Press the Windows logo key+Break. Right-click Computer and choose Properties. (This works just about any place that the Computer shortcut appears, including on the Start menu, on the desktop, in the Folders pane of Windows Explorer, and in a Windows Explorer window. It does not work in the Favorite Links pane of Windows Explorer.) In Control Panel, open System (in the System And Maintenance category).
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Figure D-1 The System application in Control Panel proides basic details about your computer s configuration.
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The System application displays the Windows edition currently running, system details (including processor type, installed memory, and whether the current operating system is a 32-bit or 64-bit version), details about the computer name and domain or workgroup, and the current activation status. Links scattered around the dialog box lead to additional sources of information. Two in particular are worth noting here:
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Click Device Manager in the Tasks pane along the left side of the dialog box to view detailed information about your installed hardware, including information about drivers, as shown in Figure D-1. You can open Device Manager directly, without first passing through System, by typing devmgmt.msc at a command prompt.
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Figure D-2 Deice Manager is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that lists installed deices. For details about how to use the information displayed in Device Manager, see 5, Setting Up and Troubleshooting Hardware .
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Use Computer Management
The Device Manager snap-in is included in the Computer Management console, along with a number of other useful snap-ins . You can open Computer Management in any of the following ways:
In Administrative Tools (on the Start menu or in Control Panel), open Computer Management . At a command prompt, type compmgmt.msc . compmgmt.msc .
Click Windows Experience Index to show a numeric breakdown of the five components that make up the base score shown in the System window. Click View And Print Details to display a more detailed (but still not exhaustive) inventory of system components motherboard and processor, storage, graphics, and network hardware.
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Right-click Computer and choose Manage .
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Viewing System Information
Knowing the numeric Experience Index rating for each subsystem is an important first step in improving system performance, as we explain in 21, Tuning Up and Monitoring Performance and Reliability .
Digging Deeper with Dedicated System Information Tools
For the most exhaustive inventory of system configuration details in a no-frills text format, Windows offers two tools with similar names, Systeminfo and System Information.
Systeminfo Systeminfo.exe is a command-line utility that displays information about your Windows version, BIOS, processor, memory, network configuration, and a few more esoteric items. Figure D-3 shows sample output.
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Figure D-3 The command-line utility Systeminfo.exe proides an easy way to gather information on all your network computers in a single database.
To run Systeminfo, open a Command Prompt window, type systeminfo, and press Enter. In addition to the list format shown in the figure, Systeminfo offers two formats that are useful if you want to work with the information in another program: Table (fi xed-width columns) and CSV (comma-separated values). To
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use one of these formats, append the /Fo switch to the command, along with the Table or Csv parameter. You ll also need to redirect the output to a fi le. For example, to store comma-delimited information in a fi le named Info.csv, enter the following command:
systeminfo /fo csv > info.csv
The /S switch allows you to get system information about another computer on your network. (If your user name and password don t match that of an account on the target computer, you ll also need to use the /U and /P switches to provide the user name and password of an authorized account.) When you ve gathered information about all the computers on your network, you can import the file you created into a spreadsheet or database program for tracking and analysis. The following command appends information about a computer named Badlands to the original file you created.
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