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skymasterson40

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I'm trying really hard to not sound extremely dumb, but I can't help it this time.

I'm probably the only poster here who doesn't know this but:

How can I find out what speed my computer is?

There it is. Instant replies.

Thanks a million,

Sky
 
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sometimes not as easy as said

try going to start/run/type dxdiag and press enter. Your computers speed should be listed on the begining page

Or when you boot you computer is should show it on the boot screen
 
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PeteBaines

Or do you mean the speed of the processor?

This is my first EVER post so I may be wrong but can't you go to Start>Programs>Accesories>System Tools> System Information

IT may be wrong but what the hell I wanted to get post on the board. :)
 
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Hi skymasterson40,

Well i was going to refer you to wcpuid,
but i had a look first,
and its been stopped.

So i will refer you to belarc.
Belarc gives you more than the speed
it gives you quite a bit of stuff.

http://www.belarc.com/Download.html

Best of luck,

John
 
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