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You can type Details in Gnome's search field, and when open Details it shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

...

You can type Details in Gnome's search field, and when open Details it field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

...

You can type Details in Gnome's search field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

...There is also a program called Hardware Lister. Since it's not installed by default, you first have to run sudo dnf install lshw (it's part of official Fedora software repository). If you then run lshw you will get bombed with information about your hardware...

You can type Details in Gnome's search field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

There is also a program called Hardware Lister. Since it's not installed by default, you first have to run sudo dnf install lshw (it's part of official Fedora software repository). If you then run lshw (or better sudo lshw) you will get bombed with information about your hardware...

You can type Details in Gnome's search field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

There is also a program called Hardware Lister. Since it's not installed by default, you first have to run sudo dnf install lshw (it's part of official Fedora software repository). If you then run lshw (or better sudo lshw) you will get bombed with information about your hardware...hardware. You can generate a better readable html file with all the content sudo lshw -html > my_hardware.html.

You can type Details in Gnome's search field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi and lspci | grep VGA)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

There is also a program called Hardware Lister. Since it's not installed by default, you first have to run sudo dnf install lshw (it's part of official Fedora software repository). If you then run lshw (or better sudo lshw) you will get bombed with information about your hardware. You can generate a better readable html file with all the content sudo lshw -html > my_hardware.html.

You can type Details in Gnome's search field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi and lspci | grep VGA)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

There is also a program called Hardware Lister. Since it's not installed by default, you first have to run sudo dnf install lshw (it's part of official Fedora software repository). If you then run lshw (or better sudo lshw) you will get bombed with information about your hardware. You can generate a better readable html file with all the content sudo lshw -html > my_hardware.html.

EDIT: Aparently, there is a graphical interface for lshw. To install that, simply type sudo dnf install lshw-gui in your terminal.

You can type Details in Gnome's search field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi and lspci | grep VGA)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

There is also a program called Hardware Lister. Since it's not installed by default, you first have to run sudo dnf install lshw (it's part of official Fedora software repository). If you then run lshw (or better sudo lshw) you will get bombed with information about your hardware. You can generate a better easily readable html file with all the content by executing sudo lshw -html > my_hardware.html.

EDIT: Aparently, there is a graphical interface for lshw. To install that, simply type sudo dnf install lshw-gui in your terminal.

You can type Details in Gnome's search field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie lspci | grep WiFi and lspci | grep VGA)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

There is also a program called Hardware Lister. Since it's not installed by default, you first have to run sudo dnf install lshw (it's part of official Fedora software repository). If you then run lshw (or better sudo lshw) you will get bombed with information about your hardware. You can generate a easily readable html file by executing sudo lshw -html > my_hardware.html.

EDIT: Aparently, there is a graphical interface for lshw. To install that, simply type sudo dnf install lshw-gui in your terminal.

terminal. (If the program doesn't start by clicking on the icon, run sudo lshw-gui from a terminal in order run it with root user permissions.)

You can type Details in Gnome's search field. It shows you some basic information.

If you need more, you can use terminal commands like

  • lscpufor information about your CPU (see also lscpu --help),
  • lspci for information about your PCI bus connected devices (ie (e.g. lspci | grep WiFi and lspci | grep VGA)
  • lsusb for information about your USB devices,

There is also a program called Hardware Lister. Since it's not installed by default, you first have to run sudo dnf install lshw (it's part of official Fedora software repository). If you then run lshw (or better sudo lshw) you will get bombed with information about your hardware. You can generate a an easily readable html file by executing sudo lshw -html > my_hardware.html.

EDIT: Aparently, there is a graphical interface for lshw. To install that, simply type sudo dnf install lshw-gui in your terminal. (If the program doesn't start by clicking on the icon, run sudo lshw-gui from a terminal in order run it with root user permissions.)