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How to Get Information about your PC

To get basic information about your PC, open Settings by pressing simultaneously Windows + I, then System, About. Besides, systeminfo is a Windows utility that can be used to gather quick information about your PC. How to Get Information about your PC

How to Get Information about your PC

 

	C:\Users\nmaximo7>systeminfo 
	Host Name:                 MSI
	OS Name:                   Microsoft Windows 11 Home Single Language
	OS Version:                10.0.22000 N/A Build 22000
	OS Manufacturer:           Microsoft Corporation
	OS Configuration:          Standalone Workstation
	OS Build Type:             Multiprocessor Free
	Registered Owner:          [email protected]
	Registered Organization:
	Product ID:                00327-36288-25178-AAOEM
	Original Install Date:     1/25/2022, 5:32:34 PM
	System Boot Time:          6/21/2022, 5:50:43 PM
	System Manufacturer:       Micro-Star International Co., Ltd.
	System Model:              GF63 Thin 10SCXR
	System Type:               x64-based PC
	Processor(s):              1 Processor(s) Installed.
							[01]: Intel64 Family 6 Model 165 Stepping 2 GenuineIntel ~299 Mhz
	BIOS Version:              American Megatrends Inc. E16R4IMS.10B, 12/25/2020
	Windows Directory:         C:\WINDOWS
	System Directory:          C:\WINDOWS\system32
	Boot Device:               \Device\HarddiskVolume1
	System Locale:             en-us;English (United States)
	Input Locale:              en-us;English (United States)
	Time Zone:                 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
	Total Physical Memory:     8,014 MB
	[...]

To get a little more information, open the Windows’ System Information application by hitting Windows+R and typing msinfo32   System Information provides comprehensive information about your hardware resources, components (Sound device, Display -that’s how you can identify your Graphics Card-, Keyboard, etc.), and software environment (system drivers, environment variables, startup programs, etc.).

If you are a Mac user and looking for hardware and software information about your Mac, the Mac’s System Information utility is the way to go. You can open it by clicking the Apple menu , About this Mac, and then smashing the System Report… button.

 

If this is not enough, there are a few free utilities out there that can detect and display detailed information about your computer.

Information about your system in macOS and GNU/Linux

HardInfo is the most popular graphical system information and benchmark tool in GNU/Linux. Installation: sudo apt install hardinfo (Ubuntu, Debian); sudo pacman -S hardinfo (Arch).

  1. macOS: diskutil list lists all disks and their partitions. system_profiler reports on the hardware and software configuration of your macOS system. sw_vers prints your macOS operating system version information.
  2. GNU/Linux: The lshw is a nifty command-line tool to extract detailed information on the hardware configuration of your system (sudo apt-get install lshw). lsblk lists out all the storage blocks you have on your system, which includes hard drive partitions, flash drives, and optical drives. uname is a command-line utility that prints basic information about the operating system and system hardware: uname -a
#!/bin/bash
# Information about your system
function networking(){
	echo "Networking"
	echo "------------------------------"
	IFACE=$(ip route show default | awk '/default/ {print $5}')
	IP=$(ip -o -4 addr list $IFACE | awk '{print $4}' | cut -d/ -f1)
	MAC=$(cat "/sys/class/net/$IFACE/address")
	echo "Default Network Interface: $IFACE"
	echo "IP Address: $IP. MAC Address: $MAC"
	echo -n "Public IP: " && curl https://ipinfo.io/ip
	local dnsips=$(sed -e '/^$/d' /etc/resolv.conf | awk '{if (tolower($1)=="nameserver") print $2}')
	echo ". Hostname: $(uname -n)"
	echo "DNS name servers: " ${dnsips} | sed 's/\\\\n/\\n/g'
}

function systemResources(){
	echo "System Resources"
	echo "------------------------------"
	echo "Memory Usage:"
	/usr/bin/free -h # free displays amount of free and used memory in the system

	echo $'\\n'$"Disk Usage:"
	df -hP | egrep '^/dev/' # df reports file system space usage

	echo $'\\n'$"Uptime: (Current time, how long the system has been running, number of users with running sessions, and the system load averages)"
	/usr/bin/uptime
}

neofetch
echo
networking  
echo
systemResources
echo
echo "Temperatures"
sensors # lm_sensors is a hardware monitoring utility package. It is useful for monitoring temperatures, voltage, and fans.
echo "Clipboard: $(copyq clipboard)"
echo "Type htop, an interactive text-mode process viewer. q exit."
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