How to check CPU Core count on a Windows 10 PC [Guide] | |
A modern, fast CPU has more than one core. The more cores a CPU has, the faster it's going to be. Normally, if you're looking to buy a new laptop or build your own PC, you should look up the CPU specifications before you buy it. That said, if you ever need to check the CPU core count on a Windows 10 PC, there are multiple ways to do it. We're going to list a few. Windows Task ManagerOpen Task Manager and go to the Performance tab. Select CPU from the column on the left and look under the graph. It will tell you both the number of cores and logical processors.System InformationIn Windows search, type System Information and open the app that shows up. Select Summary and scroll down until you find Processor. The details will tell you both how many cores and logical processors you have.Command PromptThis may not be the easiest way to find the CPU core count for a system since you have to remember a command to do it, but it does work.'); if (navigator.appVersion