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Command to get OS architecture in windows ?

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Command to get OS architecture in windows ?
posted Jun 20, 2015 by Harshita

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In windows we can find the os architecture by typing the following command in command prompt.

wmic os get osarchitecture

it will show the os architecture.

answer Jun 20, 2015 by Prakash Singh
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