Hello! It is well known that Windows 10 is the most widely used operating system worldwide. On the other hand, most of the time, it stays connected to the internet. Indeed, it is almost impossible to conceive the system without network connection. Definitely, the advantages of the network connection are almost endless. One of them is the possibility of receiving updates. Moreover, the system manages them automatically. So, there is no need for the user to search and download them manually. Of course, this functionality depends on several factors. One of them responds to the version of Windows that we have installed. Therefore, today we will see how to know which version of Windows is installed on the PC.
How to check the Windows version installed on the computer
The vast majority of users may not know the exact version of Windows they are running. In fact, the system is designed to be used as soon as it is installed. However, at some point it will be necessary to know this information. Specifically, some applications require a particular version to run. Therefore, this determines whether we will be able to access certain functions or applications. As you can see, it is important to know this information. Please follow the steps below to find out what version of Windows you are using.
- First, it is necessary to enter the Windows settings. With this in mind, click on the Start button. Next, click on the cogwheel. You can also click on the Win+I combination.
- Next, click on System.
- In the menu on the left, scroll down to About.
- Below, we will see detailed information about the specifications of the device. Indeed, we will see information such as name, the type of processor and the amount of RAM.
- A little further down in that menu, you will see the Windows Specifications section. There you will see: edition, version, installation date, OS build number and experience.
There is an alternative method to know the Windows version. Let’s see how to use it. The first thing you have to do is to press the Win+R combination to open the run box. Next, run the winver command.
A new dialog box will be displayed. A brief summary of the system is shown there. We will see the system version and the name of the organization to which the device belongs. The account used to activate Windows is also displayed.
In this way, we have seen how to know which version of Windows is installed on the PC. So it is possible to know exactly what version of Windows we are running. Bye!