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Want to know full details of ur pc?

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by chrisman49, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. chrisman49

    chrisman49 JF-Expert Member

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    Know your system fissures, BIOS version, OS version and all A to Z about your system. Its very hard to keep rememberingall your system host information. Here is the 5 step amazing command.
    Step1: Go to RUN
    Step2: type CMD
    Step3: press Enter
    Step4: type systeminfo
    Step5: press Enter.
    Result: All your system information will be displayed. Even the system usage time from the start up will be displayed
     
  2. Donnie Charlie

    Donnie Charlie JF-Expert Member

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    :pop2:
     
  3. Makindi N

    Makindi N JF-Expert Member

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    Window 7???????????????? Run wapi? au ushamba wangu?
     
  4. Bushbaby

    Bushbaby JF-Expert Member

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    Bonyeza (na shikilia) key ya Windows (mara nyingi huwa chini kushoto..... na "R" itafungua Run au Click start hapo kwenye space ya search andika Run
     
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    Obe JF-Expert Member

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    Nimeona na imekaa vema
     
  6. Chief-Mkwawa

    Chief-Mkwawa Platinum Member

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    uyu chrisman ata msimuulize maswali acopy na kupaste tu sidhan hata kama ye avijua anavoandika
     
  7. ndetichia

    ndetichia JF-Expert Member

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    bonyeza start afu type hiyo CMD yako utaona kitakachotokea... cheers
     
  8. Makindi N

    Makindi N JF-Expert Member

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    Asante mkuu, swafi kbs.......
     
  9. Makindi N

    Makindi N JF-Expert Member

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    Asante mkuu, swafi kbs.......
     
  10. sijui nini

    sijui nini JF-Expert Member

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    you can even use "dxdiag" command directly at the run command...(RUN>>type dxdiag>>(if the window pop up click yes) everything will be displayed.....simple!
     
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