Knowing the processor clock frequency and the number of processor cores allows you not only to boast about your computer knowledge but it can also help in the possible computer upgrade when you decide to replace the processor. Also, knowledge of building processors allows you to select the appropriate application, computer games and their settings that will work steadily and without any lag on your machine. This guide will show you how to find out the number of cores and the processor speed on Windows 10.
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How To Find Out The Number Of Cores And The Processor Speed On Windows 10
In order to find out the clock speed and the number of processor cores, many users download the special tools. But, all the necessary tools are available on Windows 10 and are installed on your PC.
The easiest way to open the “System Information” is through “Settings”. Click on “Start” then click on “System” < “About” scroll at the bottom and find “Additional administrative tools”, and at the bottom of the opened window double-click on the “System Information” and select “System Summary” located on the top-left.
It’s time to use the utility. You will see the detailed view of your computer’s hardware. All the necessary information will be displayed on the main utility window. Find the processor line, which will show the processor model, its clock frequency (in MHz or GHz), the number of cores and the number of logical processors.
As you can see, learning the basic information about the processor, the number of cores and the clock speed is quite simple. You can also copy the string of the processor settings using the Edit menu:
Processor Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 1000M @ 1.80GHz, 1800 MHz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s)
This method is probably one of the easiest to get the info about your computer; to know the number of cores and CPU frequency, and does not require any additional tools or software.
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