How do tell what Hardware/Software my Mac is using? Tags: Configuration Hardware Macbook Pro Macintosh Software Mac OS X Last response: July 3, 2011 8:47 PM in Mac Os X Share rccola2424 July 3, 2011 7:40:41 AM I got a nice MacBook Pro from a good friend of mine, and I want to know exactly what it's running, [E.G. Graphics card, OS, Amount of RAM, ect.] Anyone know, 'cause I'm new to Macs. More about : hardware software mac Ijack July 3, 2011 8:32:17 AM The System Profiler will give you this sort of information. acron1 July 3, 2011 11:46:13 AM rccola2424 said:I got a nice MacBook Pro from a good friend of mine, and I want to know exactly what it's running, [E.G. Graphics card, OS, Amount of RAM, ect.] Anyone know, 'cause I'm new to Macs. Click the little Apple logo on the upper left corner and then "About this Mac" from the drop down menu click "more info" and the System Profiler will open with all the info you need... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer rccola2424 July 3, 2011 8:47:32 PM Worked like a charm, thanks to both of you! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHow do tell what Hardware/Software my Mac is using ? ForumWhat hardware/software is needed to connect coaxial cable tv to linux ForumPC vs MAC - Continued ForumMac OSX: Cracked for PCs + More Update Woes ForumMac vs. pc for photo work ForumShould You Buy a New Mac Mini, iMac or Mac Pro? ForumSecond Take: The Future of Mac Gaming ForumHow can I tell what wireless router I am connected to? ForumThe biggest hardware/software problem of all time! ForumWhich and what type of CPU should i consider buying? ForumWhat 's Windows Vista Worth? Play Guy's Guesstimating Game. ForumDell PC -- Are they what they used to be?!?!?!?!!? ForumHow much MAC address tell ? ForumSLOW I'NET SPEEDS WHEN USING VISTA ForumSLOW I'NET SPEEDS WHEN USING VISTA ForumHow to break RSD password for blocked sites ForumHow do you put a passcode on a document on a mac ForumCCLEANER for Mac ForumHow to discover the Network Security Key of wireless networks? ForumMac painfully slow More resources Read discussions in other Mac Os X categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !