It is very essential for the users to know the specifications of their Mac system. The system specification information includes information regarding the hard disk, the drives, storage, display, the resolution settings, and the memory. These data become vital when you want to choose the proper apt version of an application that would suit your Mac system. Here is how you can check the specifications of the Mac OS X system.
Select ‘Apple Icon’
Click on the ‘Apple Icon’ that is located at the top left corner of your Mac OS X system. After clicking, you will find a list of system related settings.
Select ‘About This Mac’
You will find the list of options as shown below. In order to know the specifications of the Mac OS X system, you need to click on ‘About This Mac’ option.
Select ‘More Info’
Now you will find the specification details of your Mac OS X system. You will find details related to the processor, memory and the starting disk. You need to click the ‘More Info’ option as shown below to know more in-depth specifications about your Mac OS X system.
Select ‘Displays’ Tab
You can then choose the ‘Displays’ tab to view all the specifications related to the display of your Mac OS X systems. You can also choose the ‘Display Preferences’ to see the options pertaining to the display of your system.
Select ‘Storage’ Tab
To view the storage-related specifications of your Mac system, you need to click on the ‘Storage’ tab. This will show all the details regarding the hard drive, storage, partition and the free space occupied.
Select ‘Memory’ Tab
You can also click on the ‘Memory’ tab to know the memory details of your Mac OS X like the different memory sizes. You can also choose to see the instructions for the memory upgradations.
This is how you can easily check the specifications of your Mac OS X system by following the above mentioned steps.