Before Windows 10’s October 2020 Update, Control Panel had the System Information. The update has removed the “System” page from the Control Panel which was previously found in System and Security.
The “System” page showed the information about your system which included the CPU, Installed RAM, Operating System size, and much more. It also provided links to other relevant tools like “the Device Manager” and “System Restore” settings.
The system pane is gone once you install the new October Update of Windows OS. If you want to learn about your system specifications, go to “About” in Settings.
In this guide, we will show you how to find the system page on Windows 10’s October 2020 Update.
Finding “About” in Settings on Windows 10
Whenever an application will try to approach “System Page”, Windows will automatically open the “About” page in the Settings app instead of the Control Panel. To access “About” in Settings, follow the steps mentioned below:
First, open the Windows Settings on your Windows 10 PC through the Start menu or by searching it from the Search tab on the Taskbar.
Next, select “System” from the Settings.
You will find “About” on the bottom of the left pane in System Settings. Click on it to see the details.
On the right side of the window, all the Device Specifications are mentioned. The page consists of all the information that was previously found in Control Panel.
You will find the Device name, Processor, Installed RAM, Device ID, Product ID, and System type on this page. If you scroll down, you’ll see the “Related Settings” which include “Device manager, remote desktop, system protection, and advanced system settings”.
Copy and paste the needed information from the About page to other apps by selecting the text or using the “Copy” button.