I have heard about
wmic. Is it the best choice or there's an easier and more useful command line for such a purpose?
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You can just run
You can spit the results out to a text file using something like
Tested on Windows 7 64-bit, and XP SP3.
XP Note: In XP it's not automatically added to the path so you need to specify it's path when launching:
Another XP Note: Still using XP? Time to upgrade!
More info from Microsoft: How to use System Information (MSINFO32) command-line tool switches
Using WMI at PowerShell prompt (much easier than WMIC, to me anyway):