Windows 10 command line for CPU specifications

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On Windows 10, is there a specific command-line 'command' that would give me CPU speed specifications / information? And if there are other options to get this information too, please let me know.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    There are plenty of GUI tools that can help in this regard. Windows has built-in tool(s) that also useful. However if you are determined, to do the job through command line, you can try this, first open CMD/command prompt with admin rights, then pass the command like, wmic CPU get caption, deviceid, name, numberofcores, maxclockspeed, status and press enter key. Or you can type msinfo32 (depending on 32/ 64 bit) and press entry key. Also windows Task Manager can do this job also.
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