How do I identify which edition of Windows 7 I'm running?

Posted on 2011-10-17
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Hello - is there any way to see which edition of windows I have installed on a laptop?

if i type winver i see this:

6.1 build 7600

Thank you!
Question by:darkbluegr
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    Click Start, Right-click on "Computer" and hit properties.

    Are you talking command line only?
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    Winver should give you the version as well.... Enterprise/Ultimate/ETC.....
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    darkbluegr--You have the original gold version of Win 7.
    Get the service pack 1.
    P.S.  The version appears as a heading at the top of the small screen when you run winver.
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