find out my processor speed

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How do I find out my processor speed on Windows 10?
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In search type "This PC" locate the icon, then right click > Properties.
systechSenior Technical Lead

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Start>>Run>>msinfo32 >>Click the System Summary and Processor
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Open a command window:  Systeminfo gives you that information.

Instantaneous speed varies depending on processor requirements and not worth tracking (in my opinion)
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click windows button on keyboard type "system"  select system  right click - properties

other way,..

Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\System  

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bbaoIT Consultant

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are you referring to the processor info shown in system Info of Windows, as shown HERE
Dxdiag in the search bar
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Many ways to skin this cat, as evidenced by all the different suggestions.

Me, I like to use Speccy by Piriform - gives lots of good info about Processors and other hardware components :)
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I use Speccy as well but it uses the command I information outlined earlier

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