How To Check Laptop Configuration

How To Check Laptop Configuration

Do you know How To Check Laptop Configuration? If you don’t know don’t worry,well this article is going to be on same topic. Before we move to our topic lets know why knowing or checking laptop configuration is important.  PCs and laptops are essential part of our life. Using a laptop or PC makes us more productive as well as smart. Today there are thousands of software available to make our tasks easy but while installing any new software do we really read its required configuration? Most probably your answer will be No.

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Each software is designed in a specific conditions to handle specific task, and according to its complexity of work. Now you can say that it will still work on low end laptops then why to know and see configuration? Well a answer to this question is pretty simple. A human can live just by having one type of food, but what will happen is all the other essential things required by body will not be fulfilled and hence reduction in efficiency will be observed. Therefore knowing configuration of your laptop or system is important to achieve maximum efficiency at work. Let’s move towards our article How To Check Laptop Configuration.

How To Check Laptop Configuration

Method – I (Using System Properties)

Note: This method will provide brief view of laptop configuration.

  • Click on Start Menu and click on Settings icon. As shown below.

How To Check Laptop Configuration

  • Now, choose first option System and wait until screen is loaded completely.

How To Check Laptop Configuration

How To Check Laptop Configuration

  • Scroll down and click About. As shown below.

How To Check Laptop Configuration

  • That’s it, now you know How to check laptop configuration in Windows 10.

Method – II (Using System Information)

Note: This method will provide detail view of laptop configuration.

  • In Windows Task-bar, click on Search tab and enter System Information.

  • Click appeared option. That’s it you can now take a look on System configuration. As shown below.

 

  • Click on Windows icon and select Run Or press Windows logo + R and in pop up (Run Tool) enter msinfo32 and press OK. As shown below.

  • Once System Information is opened click on System Summary to know about system configuration.

 

Congratulations, Now you learned How To Check Laptop Configuration in Windows 10. In most windows version Method – II will work without any issues.

Wifi not showing

[Solved] How To Fix WIFI Issue In Windows 10 | WIFI Not Showing

Windows is world’s biggest operating system in terms of users. The classic design and ease to work make it very likable all around the world. But as on any other software, windows operating system too can get into some software issues and may change some settings.

Now a days due to some software’s, user are facing major issue regarding WIFI and its settings visibility. This issue arises when the drivers of LAN are either not properly configured or not installed. So in this tutorial we are going to fix WIFI issue in Windows 10 (i.e.: WIFI not showing).

Windows 10 Wifi not showing
Issue: Here in Image you can see in networks tab there is no WIFI option available.

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Fix WIFI Issue In Windows 10 | WIFI Not Showing

  • Right click on Windows icon from left side bottom and select “Run” and type “devmgmt.msc” and press “Ok“. As shown below.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • Now a device manager tab will pop up and search for network adapters and under it you will find something similar to “Wireless Network Adapter” As shown below.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • Right click on “Wireless Network Adapter (The name may vary in your case) and selectUpdate driver software” as shown below to fix WIFI not showing issue in Windows 10.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • Now choose second option “Browse my computer for driver software” and select “Let me pick from list of device drivers on my computer” as shown below.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • If you are unable to see any drivers click on “Show compatible hardware” to see drivers. Once they are visible choose any one from the list and click “Next” to fix WIFI not showing issue in Windows 10.

Windows 10 Wifi not showing

  • Now let software install completely and observe changes you will see WIFI is enabled now. If still not enabled restart the PC/Laptop & repeat the process above with different driver. This will surely fix WIFI not showing issue in Windows 10.

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fix WIFI not showing issue in Windows 10.

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record screen with facecam

How To Record Screen With Facecam

In today’s date, YouTube culture in India has grown remarkably. Technology is one of the main sectors of popularity on YouTube hence recording screen to solve problems is most trending. Once your channel grow you need to show your reactions while screen recording hence here is how to record screen with facecam.

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How To Record Screen With Facecam

  • First of all download the software. Link
  • Now double-click and open software setup.
  • Give access to setup and select your language then click “Ok”
  • Agree terms and conditions and click “Next”
  • Select the location of the installation folder and click “Next” and “Next”.
  • Now simply click “Install” and wait few minutes while setup install.
  • Once installed click “Finish” and launch the app.
  • Now click on record and wait once screen recording started you will see and option to add webcam as shown below.

record screen with webcam

  • Click on “Add camera option” and select your camera and you can see your webcam will start immediately and can be seen at bottom of screen. As shown below.

record screen with webcam

We hope you understand how to record screen with facecam. If you find anything hard comment down below. Also if you like this article do share this with your YouTuber friends.

install itunes

How To Install iTunes & iClouds On Windows 7, 8, 10 in 2018 For Free (English)

Do you love Apple? Not the fruit but the technology gaint, If yes then you must be aware of what is iTunes and iCloud but for those who don’t know what is itunes and iCloud I will just give a brief about both of them. So basically iTunes is  a media player, media library, Internet radio broadcaster, and mobile device management application developed by Apple Inc, similarly iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service from Apple Inc.

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Delete Temprory Files

How to delete temporary Files from your Laptop/PC

Delete Temprory Files

Having a faster PC/Laptop is everyone’s dream, where as it won’t really happen. The most common reason is due to overload of programs on PC. More the programs, more the temporary files. Here in this article we are going to learn how to delete temporary files.

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How To Delete Temporary Files

  • Turn on your PC/Laptop and right click on windows logo.
  • Now, select “Run” option from menu.
  • In Open tab enter “%temp” and click “Ok”
  • A file manager window will open here press”ctrl+A” and select all files, Now press “Shift+Delete” to delete temporary files permanently and if any files won’t delete just skip those files.
  • Now the remaning files can be removed later as it might be open in some programs.
  • Simply restart your PC/Laptop and remove all the remaining files, that’s it.
  • You have successfully learned how to delete temporary files.

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