Help! How do I find out the speed of a PC?
March 6, 2003 8:59AM
edited January 2014
Boy, does windows suck.
I'm currently auctioning of some PC from my old firm. So I need to know the mhz of the processors. But I just can't seem to find it anywhere.
Reply 1 of 4
March 6, 2003 9:15AM
If there are any microsoft office apps installed (Word etc) or Outlook etc, you can normally select the about option from the apps help menu and then click on the system info button.
Alternatively, if you're really quick, you may be able to see the speed flash up on screen at the beginning of the boot sequence.
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Reply 2 of 4
March 6, 2003 12:23PM
When you boot up and it shows you the memory test and some gobblie-gook from the BIOS, it should also show the processor speed. If you press the "pause" button the computer will stop booting to let you read the screen. (Press return to continue)
The Microsoft way will also work.
EDIT: Sorry about that. I didn't read your full post. <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />
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Reply 3 of 4
March 6, 2003 12:35PM
In XP I right click My Computer, click Properties, and it's there under the General tab.
AMD Athlon(tm) XP 1800+
512 MB of RAM
Reply 4 of 4
March 6, 2003 10:43PM
MHz in sys profile only came out in XP... if you look around on like download.com you can find some profiling utilities if you're pre XP.