One of the most important components of your computer is the motherboard. And if you are going to buy a motherboard then you should know what motherboard to choose from. In this article, we will look at what motherboard you have and what motherboard you should have.
but with so many different brands and models out there, it can be hard to keep track of all of the different models. This blog will look at the different motherboard models and will give you all of the information you need to know about your motherboard.
What Motherboard Do I Have
On Windows 10, type cmd in the Start menu search bar and select the Best Match. In the command window, type wmic baseboard gets the product and hit Enter.
The motherboard model should appear in the command prompt. If your motherboard is a desktop motherboard, it will also be listed as such. If you have a laptop, it will be listed as a portable computer instead. In some cases, the motherboard model might be listed as unknown.
Windows + R, type cmd into the popup window, and press Enter.
Another method to open Command Prompt is to use the Run shortcut, Windows + R, type cmd into the popup window, and press Enter.
You will not need to run Command Prompt as an administrator. Once your command window is open, you can prompt Windows Management Interface Command (WMIC) to check the manufacturer, model, name, and other features of your motherboard.
To do this, simply enter the following directly into Command Prompt
The Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line, or WMIC, is an incredibly useful tool for evaluating metrics like the make and model of your motherboard.