How do I find my CPU model?

Answered by Jeremy Urbaniak

To find out what CPU you have, you can follow these steps:

1. Right-click on your taskbar. The taskbar is usually located at the bottom of your screen, and it contains icons for your open applications.

2. In the menu that appears after right-clicking on the taskbar, select “Task Manager.” This will open the Task Manager window.

3. In the Task Manager window, you will see several tabs at the top. Click on the “Performance” tab to view the performance-related information.

4. Within the Performance tab, you will find a panel on the left side with various performance categories. Click on the “CPU” section to see detailed information about your CPU.

5. In the top-right corner of the Task Manager window, you will see the type of CPU you have listed next to the word “CPU.” It will typically mention the brand and model of your processor.

By following these steps, you can easily determine the model of your CPU. This information can be useful for various purposes, such as checking compatibility for software requirements or understanding the capabilities of your computer’s processor.