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Monday, March 30 2015
Best Way to Determine Your Processors Speed for our computer repair san diego folks

Best Way to Determine Your Processor's Speed

 

Computer processor speed (also known as CPU speed) is an indicator of how fast your computer processes a task. CPU speed is usually measured in MHz (Megahertz). However, with increasingly powerful computers these days, CPU speeds are being measured in Gigahertz (GHz). 1 GHz = 1000 MHz. A higher processor speed number means faster processing.

 

 

 

To check your computer's processor speed,


 


  1. Power on your computer. Wait until all processes have loaded.


  2. Click on the "Start" menu at the bottom left of your screen.


  3. Select "Control Panel."


  4. In the Control Panel, click on "System."


  5. A window titled "System Properties" will pop open. This window will have several different tabs like "General," "System Restore," "Remote," "Automatic Updates," "Computer Name," "Hardware," and "Advanced."


  6. Click on the "General" tab.  Or call COMPUTER REPAIR SAN DIEGO


  7. The first number in the description, that is followed by MHz or GHz, is the actual speed of your processor. If you have a newer more recent processor, your processor speed is likely to be in GHz. If you are using an older computer, you may see the speed in MHz.

 

Computer processor speed (also known as CPU speed) is an indicator of how fast your computer processes a task. CPU speed is usually measured in MHz (Megahertz). However, with increasingly powerful computers these days, CPU speeds are being measured in Gigahertz (GHz). 1 GHz = 1000 MHz. A higher processor speed number means faster processing.

 

 

 

To check your computer's processor speed,


 


  1. Power on your computer. Wait until all processes have loaded.


  2. Click on the "Start" menu at the bottom left of your screen.


  3. Select "Control Panel."


  4. In the Control Panel, click on "System."


  5. A window titled "System Properties" will pop open. This window will have several different tabs like "General," "System Restore," "Remote," "Automatic Updates," "Computer Name," "Hardware," and "Advanced."


  6. Click on the "General" tab.


  7. The first number in the description, that is followed by MHz or GHz, is the actual speed of your processor. If you have a newer more recent processor, your processor speed is likely to be in GHz. If you are using an older computer, you may see the speed in MHz.

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