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Mel Khamlichi
Mel Khamlichihttp://www.osradar.com
Founder of Osradar, from Amsterdam Netherlands

Hi, how are you? A computer is made up of a series of hardware components. That is, processor, ram memory, audio, and video output, among others. Most of the time, the user does not know the model or the specific component of the device on the computer. However, Windows sometimes has a problem with drivers. So, at that time it is important to have the exact information about the hardware. Windows 10 does not easily display information about physical components. So in this post, we will see, how to collect the hardware information in Windows 10.

See all the hardware information on your computer with HWINFO64.

As I was told, finding out about hardware in Windows 10 is not easy. In order to do so, it is necessary to use a third-party tool. Specifically, Hwinfo64 is a free tool designed to display all information related to the hardware on the computer. It also displays sensor information. Well, it can be downloaded from here. Please note that there is an installable and portable version. After installing and running the program, the following screen will be displayed. This display shows information about the computer’s CPU and GPU. Indeed, it is possible to see the architecture, frequencies, consumption, characteristics, and functions.

Hwinfo64 showing CPU and GPU information
Hwinfo64 showing CPU and GPU information

The second screen shows detailed information about all the components of the equipment. In fact, clicking on any component will display all the technical information. In this way, it is possible to know the exact model of the graphic card. Or the motherboard and the installed ram.

Hwinfo64 showing information about the motherboard.
Hwinfo64 showing information about the motherboard.

On the other hand, when you click on a component, the option to see its info is displayed. Additionally, when you click on Download Driver, you will be redirected to the manufacturer’s website.

Update the drivers with Hwinfo64.
Update the drivers with Hwinfo64.

It monitors the operation of the computer using the Sensor function.

As mentioned, this program is very complete. In addition to displaying hardware information, it also incorporates a function called Sensors. Clicking on this element displays a window that allows you to monitor the operation of the hardware. In effect, the frequency, load capacity and even temperature of various components are displayed.

Sensors showing detailed information on Hwinfo64
Sensors showing detailed information on Hwinfo64

Conclusion

Ultimately we have seen how to collect all the hardware information in Windows 10. This free tool shows detailed information about the hardware. But it also goes beyond that, as it allows you to download drivers from the manufacturers. That’s a big help. On the other hand, the sensors show additional information. For example, the frequency and temperature of the various components. In conclusion, it is a very complete tool. Also, its interface is friendly and easy to use. Besides being free, it comes in an executable and portable presentation as well. So it’s a great way to find out about computer hardware. All right, that’s it for now. Before I say goodbye, I invite you to see the post about renaming multiple files in Windows 10. Bye!

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