This post shows students and new users how to find out which versions of Windows 11 installed or running on their PCs.
Students and new users who want to know which versions of Windows installed or running on their PCs can reference this post. Knowing the versions can help you decide what software or system drivers to install if you need to.
While you probably won’t want to know the exact version number for whatever Windows version you have installed, knowing the general information about your systems can also be important.
If you’re a student or new user looking for a Windows computer to start learning on, the easiest place to start is Windows 11. Windows 11 is a major release of the Windows NT operating system developed by Microsoft. Windows 11 is the successor to Windows 10 and it’s expected to be released later this year.
To find out which versions of Windows your device is running:
Press the Windows logo key + R, (or click Start and search for Run to find the run command program). Type winver in the Open box, and then select OK.
When you press OK, it should quickly tell you which versions of Windows you’re running but not the details. This should be enough in many cases.
However, to view more details of the version and architecture, follow the steps below
Here’s how to learn more:
Select the Start button and go to Settings as shown below.
On the System pane, scroll down to About.
From this page, you can see a lot more details about your computer, including device name, processor installed RAM and more. Under Windows specifications, you can see which edition and version of Windows your device is running.
You can see that Windows 11 Enterprise installed, as well as the system type 64-bit can all be found listed on the screen above.
To view even more details about your computer, use Windows search feature and look up System Information. Then select it as shown below.
The summary page for System information provides even more details about your system.
These should give you enough information about your systems and the version of Windows running on your machine and device.
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