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How to tell the Windows version and Service Pack number

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/05/27

Sometimes you want to know the Windows Version and Service Pack number.

A GUI version is very simple: run winver.exe, it will give you dialogs like these ad the Microsoft Knowledge Base article 310104 explains.

A console version can be done in several different ways:


via: [WayBackwindows command line: can I tell Service pack number? – Super User.

One Response to “How to tell the Windows version and Service Pack number”

  1. […] output from SYSTEMINFO, but forget that there many Windows installations are not English. Some even use WMIC, but WMIC is only available for administrators and not available some flavours like XP […]

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