How to Find Windows 10 Edition and Version

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In this post you will see the steps to find the version, edition, and build number of Windows 10.

You will also see how to find your Windows 10 is 32-bit or 64-bit, computer model name and serial number. Let’s get started.

How to Find Windows 10 Edition, Version, Build Number and 32-bit or 64-bit

Figuring out the Windows 10 edition, version, build number, and 32-bit or 64-bit is an easy task.

How you can do this:

Right-click on the “Start” button or press the Windows + X key.

Click on the “System” option located between the “Event Viewer” and the “Device Manager.”

In the “Windows specifications” section, see the edition, version, and build number (see “OS Build”).

In my case the edition is “Windows 10 Home,” version is 20H2, and the build number is 19042.572.

In the Device specifications section, next to the System type, you can see that your Windows 10 is 32-bit or 64-bit.

In my case it’s 64-bit.

Alternative methods

Method 1

Open Run.

Enter winver and press the “Enter” key.

You can now see the OS build, edition and version of Windows 10 you have.

Method 2

Open System Information.

In the right pane you see the edition, version, OS build, and your Windows 10 is 32-bit or 64-bit.

Method 3

Open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

You can now view the version, edition, OS build and system type.

Method 4

Open Command Prompt.

Enter the command systeminfo and then press the “Enter” key.

Now you can see the edition (see OS Name), version and OS build (see OS Version), and system type (see System Type).

How to Find the Computer Model Name and Serial Number in Windows 10

You can find your computer model name and serial number in a variety of ways.

You see an easy way, and here it is:

Open Command Prompt in Windows 10.

To find the name of the computer model, type the command “wmic csproduct get name” without double quotes and then press the “Enter” key.

To find the PC serial number, type the command “wmic bios get serialnumber” without double quotes and then press the “Enter” key.

Alternative methods

Method 1

Look at the back of the laptop. You can see the model name and serial number on the sticker.

Method 2

Open System Information.

In the right pane, you can see the model name (see System Model).