Which version of Windows 11/10 do I have installed on my PC? If you need to find out which edition, version, and build of the Windows 11 or Windows 10 operating system you have installed on your computer, you can do so via Settings or the Command-Line WinVer tool.
Which edition, version & build of Windows 11/10 do I have?
1] Check the Windows 11/10 version installed using Command Line WinVer
winver in Search box and hit Enter. The following box will appear.
This is winver.exe or Version Reporter file located in the System32 folder that appears.
Here you can see the Edition, Version number, and the OS Build, which in my case is Windows 11 Pro, Version 21H2, OS Build 22000.194.
This works for Windows 10 too.
Read: How to find Windows edition, version, and build from ISO file.
2] How to check the Windows 11/10 version installed via Settings
From the WinX Menu, open Windows 11 Settings > System. Now on the left side, you will see About. Click on it and you will see the details as shown below.
Here you can see the Edition, Version number and the OS Build, which in the above image is Windows 11 Pro, Version 21H2, OS Build 22000.194.
In Windows 10, the Settings look like this:
Again, here too, you can see the Edition, Version number and the OS Build, which in the above image is Windows 10 Pro, Version 1511, OS Build 10586.14. Here you can also see the System type – which in this case is a 64-bit OS & x64-based processor.
Related: Windows 11 Pro vs Windows 11 Pro N vs Windows 11 Home
I hope this helps!