How do I know if I have 32 or 64-bit Windows 10?
Find operating system info in Windows 10
- Select the Start button > Settings > System > About . Open About settings.
- Under Device specifications > System type, see if you’re running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows.
- Under Windows specifications, check which edition and version of Windows your device is running.
How do you tell if my computer is 32 or 64-bit?
How to Tell if your Computer uses a 32-bit or a 64-bit Processor?
- Press the Windows key and E to open the File Explorer window.
- Right-click “This PC” on the left side of the screen.
- Select “Properties” on the menu.
- The “System Properties” window will open.
How do I know if I have X64 or X86?
Open the Settings app. Navigate to System > About. On the right, check out the System type value. It shows either a x86-based processor (32-bit), x64-based processor (64-bit), or ARM-based processor depending on the hardware you have.
Is Windows 10 a 64bit System?
Windows 10 comes in both 32-bit and 64-bit varieties. While they look and feel nearly identical, the latter takes advantage of faster and better hardware specs. With the era of 32-bit processors winding down, Microsoft is putting the lesser version of its operating system on the back burner.
Is Windows 10 x86 or x64?
Windows 10 x86 (32-bit) is limited to using 4GB of RAM or less on PCs. Windows 10 x64 (64-bit) can use more than 4GB of RAM and it does this by using the AMD64 standard for 64-bit instructions. This needs the system to be able to support 64bit.
What’s the current Windows 10 version?
|General availability||July 29, 2015|
|Latest release||21H2 (10.0.19044.1645) (April 12, 2022) [±]|
|Latest preview||21H2 (10.0.19044.1645) (April 12, 2022) [±]|
|Marketing target||Personal computing|
How do I know which Windows I have on my HP laptop?
How to check your version
- Press the Windows key + R at the same time.
- In the Open box, type winver.
- Select OK.
Do I have the latest version of Windows 10?
Click the “Settings” gear at its left side or press Windows+i. Navigate to System > About in the Settings window. Look under Windows specifications for the “Version” you have installed. (On older versions of Windows 10, this screen may look a little different, but it shows the same information.)