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IceKeyMaster

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How do I find out the Info on my system? Free memory, the graphics card I have, GBs of RAM ect?
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Hello IceKeyMaster...

Right click on "Computer" and choose "Properties". That will give you some of the information you're after. In the same window, at the upper left, is a link to Device Manager...you should be able to find the rest of what you're after in there.

There are also benchmarking tools like Everest, Belarc Advisor, and WinAudit that will give you all that information and much more.

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The Admiral

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You can also use Microsoft's System Information tool to look up all of the information as well. Type Windows + R to open the Run dialog box, then type in msinfo32 and press Enter. This will open the tool, where you can find out about the components of your system, IRQ conficts, and all sorts of other information. I use this tool a lot and have found no problems with it.
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