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Identifying Your Current Version of Windows

All Tightrope Media Systems equipment ships with a Windows operating system installed on it. It may difficult to identify which version if the classic desktop theme in enabled.

TRMS equipment will have shipped with one of 5 windows operating systems:

  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Server 2003
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Server 08 R2

In order to identify which version you may have you can follow one of many routes. Locate "My Computer" either on the desktop or in the Windows start menu, right click the icon(desktop) or icon/text field(start menu) and select "Properties" in the drop down menu. This will open the system properties menu. This menu will give information such as Operating System, Processor make and model, and total system RAM.

Under Windows XP and Server 2003 the version of Windows will be listed under the "System" category.

In Windows 7 or Server 2008 R2, it will be listed under the "Windows Edition" category.


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