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WMIC cpu get commands

On Microsoft Windows systems since Windows XP, you can use the Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC) to obtain information on a system's Central Processing Unit (CPU). E.g., you can issue the command wmic cpu get name to determine if the processor is an AMD or Intel processor.
C:\>wmic cpu get name
Name
AMD FX(tm)-4100 Quad-Core Processor

You can also specify, manufacturer as an option to the command, instead.

C:\>wmic cpu get manufacturer
Manufacturer
AuthenticAMD


C:\>

Or wmic cpu get caption.

C:\>wmic cpu get caption
Caption
AMD64 Family 21 Model 1 Stepping 2

If you want to know the CPU's clock speed, you can use currentclockspeed. There is also a maxclockspeed parameter.

C:\>wmic cpu get currentclockspeed
CurrentClockSpeed
3600


C:\>wmic cpu get maxclockspeed
MaxClockSpeed
3600


C:\>

If you want to obtain a figure for the current CPU utilization from a command line interface (CLI), i.e., a command prompt, rather than checking it through a GUI, such as through the Task Manager, you can use wmic cpu get loadpercentage.

C:\>wmic cpu get loadpercentage
LoadPercentage
19

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