Complete.Org: Mailing Lists: Archives: discussion: July 2001:
[aclug-L] Re: Windows question - CPU speed

[aclug-L] Re: Windows question - CPU speed

[Top] [All Lists]

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index] [Thread Index]
To: discussion@xxxxxxxxx
Subject: [aclug-L] Re: Windows question - CPU speed
From: Michael Bainum <mbainum@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2001 17:10:05 -0600
Reply-to: discussion@xxxxxxxxx

There is a system info prog usually under "accessories/system tools" 
 that should tell you the type of processor and speed.

Ryan Claycamp wrote:

>This isn't a Linux question and it isn't pressing, but I thought I would 
>throw it out anyway.  My brother got a company laptop as part of his 
>job.  He is curious what the CPU speed is; doesn't need to know, but would 
>like to. It is a proprietary laptop, Gateway I think, and has a nice logo 
>cover up the POST screen so you don't see the usual start-up 
>information.  Under Linux it would be a simple 'more /proc/cpuinfo|grep 
>MHz' and I would have it.  I couldn't find the CPU speed anywhere in Windows.
>Here at work, running NT, I searched the registry for mhz and found the 
>speed under 
>However, when I got home, I discovered the same key doesn't exist under 
>Win98.  Does anyone know of a way to find out the CPU speed under Windows 
>98?  It is not a pressing issue and next time I see my brother I will take 
>a Linux CD with me, however, it should be possible and I am probably 
>looking in the wrong place.
>-- This is the discussion@xxxxxxxxx list.  To unsubscribe,

-- This is the discussion@xxxxxxxxx list.  To unsubscribe,

[Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]