My PC getting slower day by day and I don’t have a solution to boost up my system without reinstalling windows which is time wasting. Today found a unique way of checking my PC CPU speed without installing any software and now sharing a topic “How to Check CPU Speed” with simple tweaks. Your PC speeds depend on your CPU speed and you have some idea to check it. It will help you in buying a system for personal & home usage. Although some premium high-speed processors are available in the market which is lightning faster as compared to old Pentium one, two, three, four or core 2 duos. If you have extra workload at your office and want to purchase lighting fast system then you must know How to Check CPU Speed? I will share a simple & unique way of checking your CPU speed which almost works on windows 7, 8 & 10 as well. Computer usual is become essential at any level during education or in professional life. After your office work, everyone likes to use a computer, laptop. So its importance can’t be neglected at any stage.
1 – First of all, you have to open your system windows, there are too many simple ways of opening windows quickly.
- For Windows 7, Windows XP & Vista: Right click on “My Computer” in the Start menu of your PC and select your System Properties. In older versions of windows like XP, you have to find the “General” tab after selecting “Properties” on your PC.
- For Windows 8: It’s really simple, just right-click on the “Start” button and select the option “System”.
- For all versions: Simply press ⊞ Windows + Pause.
2 – Now find out your system processor entry only which will be located in system specifications option. In system option, the 3rd line at windows 7 will be your system processor their capacity & model. Check the reference image which is shared below.
3 – Note down your system speed, manufacture & how many GIGHART processor in your system. Now that will be the information of your system single core, now the question is how many cores are built in my system? no worries because checking your system cores are quite simple.
This is most important for everyone to check your system cores because a multi-cores system is a lightning faster if we compare it with single cores system. It can help developers, heavy software users to work smoothly without any interruption.
- Simply press ⊞ Windows + R to quickly open the “Run” dialog box.
- When dialog box open, now type dxdiag and press enter. Now click yes, if prompted to check your drivers as well.
- A detailed information will appear, now find the “Processor” in the System tab of your PC.
- If your PC have multi-cores then you will see the number in “parentheses” after the speed of your system.
With these simple tricks, you can easily check your system CPU speed and cores in your system. Our topic “How to Check CPU Speed” will help newbies a lot. If you are willing to purchase a system online then must check specifications, model number, the system no. of cores & ram in your system and CPU speed of your system. Are you facing Internet Speed issue then check out How to Test Internet Connection Speed?.