Printing System Properties

Ever need a printout of your system info? It could be handy to keep, in case you ever have questions on your system settings – especially if the system is down for one reason or another. Here’s how to do it.

In Vista or Windows 7, type or copy msinfo32 into Start search and click the msinfo32 link in the results. This brings up the System Information dialog box.

This can also be done by typing, or copying msinfo32 into the Run command. That method will work in XP, Vista, or Windows 7. Holding the Windows key and tapping the R key (Win+R) brings up Run.

In the System Information dialog box, you can select what you would like printed. You can also print out individual info on any of the components listed. Just select the system device from which you want to print information.

Click on File>Print and your hardware information is printed.


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