Tip Of The Day!
How to identify critical system information without external programs on a computer running Windows.
This is fairly easy and requires no screenshots as such. First thing you will do is open your start menu go to accessories, than system tools, than click “System Information”.
After you opened “System Information” you will than have a summary of your system which could come in handy.
To find out what graphics card you have in your system though you will need to dig slightly deeper. On the left hand side expand the “Components” tab. The list will populate; now click display and this should list all the information in relation to the graphics card inside the system.
I hope you guys enjoyed this quick tip to help identify critical system information without the need to install 3rd party software!