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Getting Details about Your Processor by using Win32_processor Class

By Kailash Chandra Behera Blogs | Articles C# Aug 19, 2013
This blog gives an illustration how to use Win32_Processor class to get details about your processor.

Introduction

This blog gives an illustration how to use Win32_Processor class to get details about your processor. this Win32_processor class belongs System.Management namespace. before starting example i would like to give a explanation about Win32_processor  class. so that you will have little knowledge about Win32_processor  class.

Win32_processor 

The Win32_Processor WMI class represents a device that can interpret a sequence of instructions on a computer running on a Windows operating system. On a multiprocessor computer, one instance of the Win32_Processor class exists for each processor.

lets start work with Win32_processor  class, you can get properties of Win32_processor  using ManagementObjectSearcher class which comes under System.Management namespace. this following illustration lists all the properties which contains related information about your local processor.

Code Example

ManagementObjectSearcher MOS = new ManagementObjectSearcher("SELECT * FROM Win32_Processor"); foreach (ManagementObject MO in MOS.Get()) { Console.WriteLine("Processor Details"); Console.WriteLine("==============================================================="); Console.WriteLine("AddressWidth :"+MO["AddressWidth"]); Console.WriteLine("Architecture :"+MO["Architecture"]); Console.WriteLine("Availability :"+MO["Availability"]); Console.WriteLine("Caption      :"+MO["Caption"]); Console.WriteLine("ConfigManagerErrorCode       :"+MO["ConfigManagerErrorCode"]); Console.WriteLine("ConfigManagerUserConfig      :"+MO["ConfigManagerUserConfig"]); Console.WriteLine("CpuStatus    :"+MO["CpuStatus"]); Console.WriteLine("CreationClassName            :"+MO["CreationClassName"]); Console.WriteLine("CurrentClockSpeed            :"+MO["CurrentClockSpeed"]); Console.WriteLine("CurrentVoltage               :"+MO["CurrentVoltage"]); Console.WriteLine("DataWidth    :"+MO["DataWidth"]); Console.WriteLine("Description  :"+MO["Description"]); Console.WriteLine("DeviceID     :"+MO["DeviceID"]); Console.WriteLine("ErrorCleared :"+MO["ErrorCleared"]); Console.WriteLine("InstallDate  :"+MO["InstallDate"]); Console.WriteLine("LoadPercentage               :"+MO["LoadPercentage"]); Console.WriteLine("Name         :"+MO["Name"]); Console.WriteLine("NumberOfCores                :"+MO["NumberOfCores"]); Console.WriteLine("NumberOfLogicalProcessors    :"+MO["NumberOfLogicalProcessors"]); Console.WriteLine("ProcessorID  :"+MO["ProcessorID"]); Console.WriteLine("ProcessorType                :"+MO["ProcessorType"]); Console.WriteLine("OtherFamilyDescription       :"+MO["OtherFamilyDescription"]); Console.WriteLine("PNPDeviceID  :"+MO["PNPDeviceID"]); Console.WriteLine("PowerManagementSupported     :"+MO["PowerManagementSupported"]); Console.WriteLine("Revision     :"+MO["Revision"]); Console.WriteLine("Role         :"+MO["Role"]); Console.WriteLine("SocketDesignation            :"+MO["SocketDesignation"]); Console.WriteLine("Status       :"+MO["Status"]); Console.WriteLine("StatusInfo   :"+MO["StatusInfo"]); Console.WriteLine("Stepping     :"+MO["Stepping"]); Console.WriteLine("SystemCreationClassName      :"+MO["SystemCreationClassName"]); Console.WriteLine("SystemName   :"+MO["SystemName"]); Console.WriteLine("UniqueId     :"+MO["UniqueId"]); Console.WriteLine("UpgradeMethod                :"+MO["UpgradeMethod"]); Console.WriteLine("Version      :"+MO["Version"]); Console.WriteLine("VoltageCaps  :"+MO["VoltageCaps"]);

Output

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