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How to Find Laptop Manufacture Date

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Are you looking for your laptop’s manufacture date? If you own a Windows OS or Mac computer, finding the manufacture date of your laptop is easy. In this article, we’ll show you how to find your laptop’s manufacture date in a few simple steps.

Method 1:

Windows OS:

1. Open the Control Panel.

2. Click on the category “System and Security”.

3. Under the System section, click on the Device Manager.

4. In the Device Manager window, expand the category of your laptop’s manufacturer.

5. Right-click on your laptop’s device and select Properties.

6. In the Properties window, go to the Details tab.

7. Under the Property drop-down menu, select the Hardware IDs property.

8. The manufacture date will be listed under the Value section.

How to Find Laptop Manufacture Date

On Mac:

1. Open the About This Mac window.

2. Click on the System Report button.

3. In the System Report window, select the Hardware category from the sidebar.

4. Select the Hardware Overview section.

5. The manufacture date will be listed next to the Model Identifier.

Now that you know how to find your laptop’s manufacture date, you can check if your warranty is still valid or if your laptop is eligible for a free upgrade.

Method 2:

We’ll show you a few different ways to find the manufacture date of your laptop, regardless of whether it’s running Windows or macOS. If you’re using a Windows laptop, the first place to look is in the System Information tool. To open this tool, press the Windows key + R, type “msinfo32” into the Run dialog, and press Enter. In the System Information window, expand the “Hardware Resources” section and click on “Device Manager.”

How to Find Laptop Manufacture Date

In the Device Manager window, click on the arrow next to “Processors” to expand that section. Right-click on the processor listed under “Processors” and select “Properties.” In the processor properties window, switch to the “Details” tab. In the “Property” drop-down menu, select “Manufacturer.” The value next to “Manufacturer” is the name of the company that manufactured your laptop’s processor.

If you’re using a MacBook, the process is a bit different. To find your MacBook’s manufacture date, open the “About This Mac” window. Click on the Apple Mac logo in the top-left sided corner of your screen and select on “About This Mac.”

In the “Overview” tab of the “About This Mac” window, you should see the “Date Bought” listed next to “Processor.” This is the date that your MacBook was manufactured.

Keep in mind that the date listed in the “About This Mac” window is the date that you’re MacBook was purchased, not the date that it was manufactured. If you want to find the exact date that you’re MacBook was manufactured, you’ll need to use a different method.

One way to find your MacBook’s manufacture date is to use the “System Profiler” tool. To open this tool, press the Option key while clicking on the Apple logo in the top-left corner of your screen and select “System Information.”

In the “System Information” window, expand the “Hardware” section and click on “Serial-ATA.” In the “Serial-ATA” section, you should see a list of all the drives connected to your MacBook. Find the drive that contains your operating system and click on it.

In the drive information window, you should see the “Date” listed next to “Model.” This is the date that your MacBook was manufactured.

Keep in mind that the date listed in the “System Information” window is the date that your MacBook was purchased, not the date that it was manufactured. If you want to find the exact date that your MacBook was manufactured, you’ll need to use a different method.

Another way to find your MacBook’s manufacture date is to use the “Terminal” application. To open this application, press the Command key + Spacebar to open Spotlight, type “Terminal” into the search bar, and press Enter.

In the Terminal window, type following command and then press Enter:

ioreg -l | grep IOPlatformSerialNumber

You should see a long string of numbers and letters next to “IOPlatformSerialNumber.” The first four numbers of this string are the year that your MacBook was manufactured. For example, if the string starts with “16JL,” that means your MacBook was manufactured in 2016.

Keep in mind that this method will only work for MacBook’s manufactured after 2010. If your MacBook was manufactured before 2010, you’ll need to use a different method to find its manufacture date.

One final way to find your MacBook’s manufacture date is to check the warranty information. Click on the “Apple logo” in the top-left side corner of your Mac screen and select “About This Mac.” In the “Overview” tab of the “About This Mac” window, you should see the “Date Bought” listed next to “Processor.” This is the date that your MacBook was manufactured.

Keep in mind that the date listed in the “About This Mac” window is the date that you’re MacBook was purchased, not the date that it was manufactured. If you want to find the exact date that you’re MacBook was manufactured, you’ll need to use a different method.

If you need to find your laptop’s manufacture date for any reason, we hope this article has been helpful.