November 4, 2017 For Management
Sometimes you may want to find out exactly which version of the Windows operating system you are using on your PC. This may be necessary if you are installing new software and want to make sure it is compatible with your version of the Windows operating system. Here's how to check the version of the Windows operating system.
Method 1: Find out the Windows version / build using the Run command
1 - Keep Windows logo key and press R key on the keyboard.
2 - Once the Run command box window opens, type winver on it and hit Enterokay.
3 - Now the windows that open will tell you what Windows operating system version Y to build is running on your PC.
To find out the build name, you can google the build number.
Method 2: Find out the Windows version and compile using the settings
1 - Open settings.
2 - Now, click on System
3 - Now, in the left menu, click on su.
4 - Scroll down to the section Windows specifications quite right.
Note: Your edition of Windows, home or professional, is shown here. Also, the build number and versions are written in this section.
Method 3: find your version of Windows using CMD
1 - Open Symbol of the system.
2 - The version number it is always written at the top of the command prompt window.
2 - To find more information, such as the build number of the Windows operating system, type the command provided below and hit enter.
systeminfo | findstr Build
Method 4: Find your version of Windows and compile with the registry editor
1 - Press and hold Windows logo key Y press R on the keyboard to open the run.
2 - Now write regedit In that.
3 - Now, in the registry editor, go to the following location from the left menu.
- Windows NT
- Current version
4 - Everything on the right side build number, version number They are written.
Method 5: locate Windows using the system information window
1 - Press and hold Windows logo key and then press break on your PC.
2 - In the next window, the Windows edition it is clearly written.
Note: - You can also find other information as if it is 32bit or 64bit.