See your CPU through the Windows command line

In Windows 10, you can use the command line to get information about your computer's CPU installed.

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To see information about her CPU Windows 10 your device, do the following.

1. Open a command prompt with administrator privileges. If you do not know how, then simultaneously press the win + X keys and select from the drop-down menu "Command Prompt (Administrator)".
2. Type the following command:

wmic cpu get caption, deviceid, name, numberofcores, maxclockspeed, status

The command on our computer gave us the following result:


Although this trick can not replace powerful applications such as AIDA64 or hwinfo, it's a great option to quickly see information about your CPU without third-party tools. It is also possible to use it in various automation scenarios if necessary.

Alternatively you can use Task Manager. The "Performance> CPU" tab displays the CPU name and its clock:


Another way to view information about your CPU is the "System Information" application. Do the following:
At the same time, press the Win + R keys and in the execute window that appears, type the following command: msinfo32
In the Summary System Summary section, you can see in the right section several information about your processor:


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