Here’s How to Check Your Laptop Specifications – (Mac, Windows, Ubuntu)

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If you bought that new laptop or simply want to check any laptop specs, then this article is definitely for you. We discuss specific steps you’ll need to follow in order to check your laptop specifications, this guide covers Mac laptops, windows, and ubuntu. Read this article to understand the beginner’s guide to buying a new laptop and the specifications to consider.

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How to Check Your Mac Specifications

1. Click on the Apple Logo for the Apple Menu (at the top bar) to portray.

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2. Tap on About This Mac. This feature will display the specification overview of your Mac, including your Mac model, processor, memory, serial number, and version of the macOS. 

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3. Click the System Report button to review the greater detail provided by the System Information app.

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  • The Hardware section shows your Mac serial number
  • The Memory section shows how much RAM is installed in each internal memory slot.
  • The Software section shows which startup disk (boot volume) your Mac is using.
  • The Network section shows details such as your IP address, the connections allowed by your macOS firewall, the signal strength of nearby Wi-Fi networks, and more.

How to Check Your Windows Specifications

For Windows 10

  • Click the Windows Start button.
  • Tap on Settings.
  • Select System under Settings.
  • Scroll down and select “About
  • The laptop specifications (Processor, Memory (RAM), Windows version) will appear on the screen.

Windows 7

  • Find My Computer icon on the desktop then right click on it.
  • Select Properties.
  • The laptop specifications (Processor, Memory (RAM), Windows version) will appear on the screen.

How to Check Ubuntu Specifications

Click Start and type “system information.”
Click “System Information” in the search results.
You can find most of the details you need on the first page, in the System Summary node. …
To see details about your video card, click “Components” and then click “Display.”