Computer Operating System - My Computer Diary
Microsoft Windows is a family of proprietary operating systems designed by Microsoft Corporation and primarily targeted to Intel architecture based computers, with an estimated 88.9 percent total usage share on Web connected computers. The newest version is Windows 7 for workstations. Windows 7 recently overtook Windows XP as most used OS. My Lenovo is Equiped with the Microsoft 7 Operating System that has proven to be quite stable and has surpased the captabilities and stability of Windows XP.
|Edition||Home Premium 64-bit|
|Major Version Number||6|
|Minor Version Number||1|
|Service Pack||Service Pack 1|
|Service Pack Version||1.0|
|Plus! Version Number|
|Operating System Language||English - United States|
|Number Of Bits||64|
Administrative and compliance details concerning the operating system.
The name of the operating system. e.g. 95.
The edition, also known as the release, specifies the variation of the operating system. For example OSR 1, Second Edition, Home Edition, Professional Edition or Enterprise Edition. Note, there many editions and WinAudit has not been, nor is ever likely to be validated on all possible name-edition combinations of the Microsoft® Windows® operating systems.
A computer that has had the Small Business Edition of the operating system installed will continue to identify itself as such, even if it has been upgraded to another edition such as Standard or Enterprise.
The operating system installation date formatted according to the user's settings.
The person to whom the operating system is registered as recorded in the system registry.
The organization to which the operating system is registered as recorded in the system registry.
The Product ID of the operating system. Note, the product ID is not the same as the installation key.
Major Version Number
The major version of the operating system, see table below.
Minor Version Number
The minor version of the operating system, Below are tabluated, in Major.Minor form, the numbers of well known versions of the Windows® operating system.
A number to identify the version of the operating system as it is being developed. For example, Windows® 2000 Professional is usually 2195 yielding a detailed version number of 5.0.2195 .
Description of the service pack or Corrective Service Diskette (CSD) installed on the computer. For example, Windows NT® 4.0 may show 'Service Pack 6a'.
Service Pack Version
The version of the service pack expressed as a 'major.minor' string. This is only available on Windows NT® 4.0 with service pack 6 and newer.
Plus! Version Number
The Plus! version number as recorded in the system registry.
The version of DirectX® installed on the computer. This application is comprised of several components such as DirectDraw® and DirectSound®. The version number shown refers to the overall DirectX installation. Individual component versions may be shown in the Active Setup and Windows Installer sections. In some cases, a system library file version may be shown.
The directory that contains the operating system's applications, help files and other information.
The directory containing the files required by the operating system, hardware and software applications.
A directory used for temporary storage of files and data.
Operating System Language
The installation language of the operating system.
Number of Bits
The bit size of operating system, e.g. 32-bit Windows or 64-bit Windows.