Here are some common ways to check RAM information correctly on your computer.
1. Check through Computer Properties.
For Windows 8 or later, right-click the This PC -> Properties icon. Similarly on Windows 7 and earlier, go to Start-> right-click My Computer icon on the desktop and select Properties.
You can easily see the RAM information as shown below:
2. Check computer information with dxdiag command.
First press Windows + R
-> enter dxdiag
-> press Enter
or select OK to open.
You check the RAM information in the table that appears.
3. Check with the msinfo32 command.
Similarly press Windows + R
-> enter msinfo32
-> press Enter or select OK to open.
Pull down and see RAM there
4. Use the CPU-Z software.
You can go here
to download this software for installation and use for your PC.
After installation is complete, please restart the CPU-Z software -> select the Memory tab to check the RAM on the computer.
Check Memory tab to check the RAM on your computer
For example, in the image above:
- Type of RAM (DDR2).
- Size: RAM is 2GB.