Where in Windows XP can I find information about my processor such as the architecture?
I think it's My Computer(right-click) -> Properties -> 'Hardware' tab.
Where can I find the architecture in the "System Properties" window?
start->control panel->system it's on the general tab at the bottom right where it says 'Computer'
Or my computer -> right click -> properties ->General tab
It just says
"Dell Latitude D620
Genuine Intel (R) CPU
T2400 @ 1.83 GHz"
and some other stuff.
I am looking for the architecture.
That's the architecture. It's an intel T2400 see http://www.intel.com/products/processor_number/chart/coreduo.htm running at 1.83Ghz what else did you want to know?
The only way I know of finding out your processors architecture is googling (insert CPU here) architecture. I really couldn't think of an easier way either, as far as I know there isn't a way to look at your CPU architecture via your operating system.
Not sure what you're looking for, but maybe cpu-z would be helpful. It reads your processors technology, general specifications, instructions, cache amount, ext. It also displays your motherboard model and bios version along with your memory manufacturer, type, voltage and timings. I literally use it on a daily basis.
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