How to Find Number of Cores and Logical Processors Your CPU Has

In this post, we’ll see two different ways to find the number of cores and logical processors your CPU has in Windows 10. Let’s see what they are.

2 Different Methods to Find Number of Cores and Logical Processors Your CPU Has

Task Manager

  1. Open Task Manager.
  2. Navigate to the “Performance” tab.
  3. Hit “CPU” if it is not active already.
  4. Now, you can see the number of cores beside “Cores” and the number of logical processors besides “Logical processors.”

System Information

  1. Open “System Information.” To do that, launch Run, type msinfo32, and then hit the “Enter” key.
  2. Now, in the right pane, besides “Processor,” you can see the number of cores and logical processors your CPU has.

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