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
- Open Task Manager.
- Navigate to the “Performance” tab.
- Hit “CPU” if it is not active already.
- Now, you can see the number of cores beside “Cores” and the number of logical processors besides “Logical processors.”
- Open “System Information.” To do that, launch Run, type msinfo32, and then hit the “Enter” key.
- Now, in the right pane, besides “Processor,” you can see the number of cores and logical processors your CPU has.
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