How to Know Laptop Specifications

For most ordinary people, buying a laptop often brings disappointment. One is because the specifications are not in accordance with what is desired. Sometimes, specifications shown by the store or manufacturer is not complete and there are even incompatible. Therefore, it is important for us, especially the layman to understand how to know the specifications of the laptop.  

This method is more valid than relying on advertising for direct information obtained from the device directly. It is important to find out this way because in addition to the purchase of laptops are also references to reference install the program especially games.

How to know the specifications of the laptop can be done in three ways, namely to open the casing of the laptop to see direct specification used, Run Dxdiag and through the device manager. The first way is probably not very efficient because it takes a long time. 
Many people use the second and third ways to be more practical. However, its operation must be understood so that we can also use this method. We should be able to read anything into the laptop specs listed in zoom.
How to use the dxdiag course begins with turning on the laptop. Once lit, type 'dxdiag' in the menu 'Run' and then press 'OK' or 'Enter'. After that, the display will show the DirectX Diagnostic Tool that contains hardware specifications and operating systems of your laptop.  
In the window or the view, the hardware specifications that emerge include the type and capacity of RAM, processor type and speed, details of VGA, soundcard, and input to the keyboard and mouse. While the operating system describes the operating system that we use.
Knowing the specifications of the laptop can also use the device manager menu. The trick is to go to 'Control Panel' and then select 'Hardware and Sound' and if so select 'Device Manager'. Inside there are all the details about the hardware that is used by your laptop.  
How to open the device manager that is more practical and faster in knowing the specifications could be through open windows explorer and right click on My Computer drive and select 'Properties' to view specifications.