systeminfo: This command line tool enables an administrator to query for basic system configuration information.


... The examples for the command "systeminfo"
... "systeminfo" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help
... Important information, tips for the "systeminfo" command

The command: "systeminfo" is on Windows 11, 10, .. , MS Server 2025, 2022, 2019, .. available

The examples for the command "systeminfo"

These examples provide more detailed insight into the various aspects of system information that the `systeminfo` command can provide. Note that the specific information available may vary depending on the version of Windows. Here are examples of using the `systeminfo` command in Command Prompt: Example 1: View basic system information:

system info

- This command retrieves a comprehensive list of system information including operating system version (including build number), installation date, system manufacturer, system model, BIOS version, physical memory (RAM), network adapters, available disk space, and more. Example 2: Filtering information with `find`:

system info | find “operating system”

- This command uses the `find` option to display only operating system information, including service pack number, build number, and installed language. Example 3: Viewing Network Information:

system info | find "network"

- This command prints information about network adapters, DHCP-enabled adapters and DNS servers. Example 4: Displaying system boot time:

system info | find "system boot time"

- This command filters out the system boot time line, which indicates the exact time of the last system reboot. Example 5: Show installation date and time:

system info | find "Installation Date"

- This command displays the exact date and time the operating system was installed. Example 6: Displaying information about the processor:

system info | find “processor”

- This command displays detailed information about the processor, including name, manufacturer, architecture and clock speed. Example 7: Displaying physical memory (RAM) information:

system info | find "Installed physical memory (RAM)"

- This command prints details about installed physical memory (RAM), including total capacity and available capacity. Example 8: Displaying system architecture information:

system info | find “system architecture”

- This command specifies whether the system uses 32-bit or 64-bit architecture, as well as the build type (e.g. multiprocessor-free or single-processor-free). Example 9: Displaying network card information:

system info | find "network card"

- This command outputs detailed information about the network cards installed in the system, including manufacturer, description and physical address. Example 10: Displaying system version information:

system info | find “system version”

- This command outputs the exact version of the operating system, including edition and build type (e.g. Multiprocessor Free or Single Processor Free). Example 11: View Windows Registry Information:

system info | find “Registered to”

- This command returns information about whose name the Windows operating system is registered to, based on what was specified during installation. These examples show how the `systeminfo` command can be used to retrieve specific information about the computer's operating system and hardware. Depending on your needs, you can customize the filtering with `find` to show only the information you need. The `systeminfo` command option allows comprehensive review of system information. By combining it with the `find` command, you can filter the output to specific relevant details. Note that the exact availability of certain information may depend on the Windows version.

"systeminfo" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19045.3693]
(c) Copyright 1985-2023 Microsoft Corp.


SYSTEMINFO [/S system [/U username [/P [password]]]] [/FO format] [/NH]

    This command line tool enables an administrator to query for basic
    system configuration information.

Parameter List:
    /S      system           Specifies the remote system to connect to.

    /U      [domain\]user    Specifies the user context under which
                             the command should execute.

    /P      [password]       Specifies the password for the given
                             user context. Prompts for input if omitted.

    /FO     format           Specifies the format in which the output
                             is to be displayed.
                             Valid values: "TABLE", "LIST", "CSV".

    /NH                      Specifies that the "Column Header" should
                             not be displayed in the output.
                             Valid only for "TABLE" and "CSV" formats.

    /?                       Displays this help/usage.

    SYSTEMINFO /S system
    SYSTEMINFO /S system /U user
    SYSTEMINFO /S system /U domain\user /P password /FO TABLE
    SYSTEMINFO /S system /FO CSV /NH

Important information, tips for the "systeminfo" command

On Windows, there are several ways to get system information, both through the command prompt and through graphical user interfaces. Here are some alternative approaches: 1. Control Panel: - The Control Panel provides basic information about the operating system, installed hardware and network settings. Open Control Panel and select System and Security > System. 2. System information via GUI: - Press `Windows + R` key combination to open the Run window and type `msinfo32`. This opens the System Information window, which provides detailed information about the system, hardware resources, components and software environment. 3. Task Manager: - Task Manager provides a quick overview of CPU usage, memory, disk activity and network usage. With `Ctrl + Shift + Esc` you can open the task manager. 4. Performance Monitoring: - Performance monitoring provides advanced information about system performance. Open the Run window (`Windows + R`) and type `perfmon`. 5. Performance Information and Tools: - Open the Run window (`Windows + R`) and type `perfmon /report`. This launches the Performance Information and Tools and generates a report on system performance. 6. Windows PowerShell: - PowerShell offers comprehensive options for querying system information. Use commands like `Get-ComputerInfo` or specific modules like `Get-WmiObject` for more detailed information. 7. "About" in the Settings menu: - In newer versions of Windows, you can get basic system information directly from Settings. To do this, go to Settings > System > About. 8. DxDiag: - Open the Run window (`Windows + R`) and type `dxdiag`. This launches the DirectX Diagnostics program, which provides information about the hardware and DirectX components. Each of these options offers different types of information and can be preferred depending on the user's specific needs and preferences.

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