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How to find exact model of Dell laptop

Using the product label on your Dell computer:
  • For most Dell laptops, you can find the product model number on a label or sticker that is on the outside of the case.
  • Look for the label in these locations:
    • Bottom cover
    • Base
    • Battery compartment
    • Screen
    • Keyboard trim
    • Palm rest
Using the Dell SupportAssist app for Microsoft Windows:
  • SupportAssist is a Dell application that comes pre-installed on your computer.
  • When you open the application, your product model is displayed.
  • To find your product model using SupportAssist:
    • On Windows 11 and Windows 10:
    1. In the Search Box, type “SupportAssist.”
    2. Select “SupportAssist” in the search results to open the application.
    3. Your product model will be displayed on the main screen.
    • On Windows 8 (8.1):
    1. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen or move the cursor to the upper right corner until the Charms Bar appears.
    2. Select “Search.”
    3. Type “SupportAssist” in the search results to open the application.
    4. Your product model will be displayed on the main screen.
Using the Windows System Information utility:
  • The built-in System Information utility displays system details, including your Dell laptop model number.
  • To access it:
    • Enter “system information” into the search bar on the taskbar.
    • Alternatively, open Run (Win + R) and execute the “msinfo32” command.
  • On the System Summary screen, next to “System Model,” you’ll find your Dell laptop model number.
By entering BIOS:
  • Power down laptop and wait for it to turn off completely.
  • Press power button.
  • As soon as you see anything on the screen keep pressing F2, function key top left on the keyboard.
  • When you enter BIOS model of the laptop will be displayed top left corner of the screen.
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