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How to check windows 10 version and Build Number

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Are you trying to find the Windows Version of the windows product that you are running on your PC. Or are you trying to find the build number and revision number of the windows operating system running on your PC. Since Microsoft changed the release model in Windows 10, users are interested in finding out which build of Windows 10 they have installed on their PCs. To check windows 10 version which edition of Windows 10 is running on your computer. You probably know the version but do you know exactly which build number it is. There are several ways to find the build number of the installed Windows 10 operating system. You can find the window version and build number using winver command, using command prompt or you can find it on windows Registry. Here fallow bellow to check windows 10 Version and build Number details.




Ways Check Windows 10 version and Build Number

Using About Windows Menu

Open up the run command with the Win + R key combo type  winver into the run command text box and hit OK
Check Windows 10 version using winver command

This will open the About Windows window displaying the Windows version and the build number in it.
 Windows 10 version and build number details

 example screenshot

winver tells us that we’re running Windows 10 Pro insider preview, Build 14332.1001. Which is the latest publicly available build of Windows 10 as of the date of this post publication. We can also see that this copy of Windows is licensed,  This is windows 10 pro insider preview so it shows evaluation copy . Expires on xyz date.

You can also launch winver manually, you’ll find winver.exe located in C: > Windows > System32.
winver

Double click on it this will open same About windows.

check windows 10 version Using the Command Prompt

Just press the Windows key + R to open the Run box, Type cmd and press Enter.At the Command Prompt, type systeminfo and press Enter.
 system-info-command

This will display detailed information about your computer, including Windows version, build number, OS install date, hotfixes installed.

check windows 10 version number in the Registry

Open Registry Editor by type regedit on windows start menu starch and hit enter key. Now Negivate to the following Registry key:




HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion

Find the Windows 10 build number in the Registry

In the right pane, you will find everything you need to know about Windows 10’s build number.

check windows 10 version Using the Settings App

Press the Windows key + I to open the Settings app, or click Settings from the Start menu. From the Settings window, click on System.Click About tab in the left pane.
Check Build no Using the Settings App

Here you’ll see your Windows 10 version, and know you’re running 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 10.

Check Build Number Using System properties




Right-click on This PC  on your desktop and select Properties from the context menu. The This PC  could also be found at the left pane of Windows Explorer.

This Will open system properties windows here you can check The “Windows edition” section at the top of the window displays which edition of Windows 10 you’re running,
Check Build Number Using System properties

while the “System type” entry here displays whether you’re using a 64-bit or 32-bit edition of Windows 10.

Show windows 10 Build number on Desktop 

press Win+R and type Regedit and press Enter key When User Account Control asks you Yes or No, select Yes. This Will open Windows Registry window. Now navigate To fallowing
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop

Making sure you’ve selected Desktop in the left pane, next, look for PaintDesktopVersion in the right-hand pane of alphabetical entries. Double-click on it and change value data 0 to 1 click ok close window. Close the registry window and simply Restart Windows to take effect.
That’s it, you should now see the Windows version painted on your lovely Windows 10 desktop,

Show windows 10 Build number on Desktop

Also Read Windows 10 Common Errors and Troubleshooting 

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