How to check System Configuration Using Dxdiag

31 Mar

DxDiag (“DirectX Diagnostic Tool “) is a diagnostics tool used to test DirectX functionality and troubleshoot video- or sound-related hardware problems.

Dxdiag command is often very useful to check the configuration of a computer. steps are as follows.

  1. press windows key + R to open Run dialogue
  2. Type in the command ” dxdiag”1
  3. When you run the command for the first time it may ask something like this >>   click ‘Yes or No’ it does not matter.2
  4. Now you will see the info you need first tab will show “system” information3

and on the second tab you can find information about Display and graphics

Done! Now you know most of the info you need about that computer. You can check RAM size and other basic info just by going to properties of “My computer”.



WikiPage for ref.


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Posted by on March 31, 2019 in Windows


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