Find Your Edition, Build Number, and More with the Settings App
The new Settings app also offers build, edition, and version information in a user-friendly form.
Hit Windows + I to open Settings.
In the Settings window, navigate to System > About. Scroll down a bit and you’ll see the information you’re
Navigate to System > About and scroll down. You’ll see the “Version” and “Build” numbers here.
Find Your Edition and Build Number with the Winver Dialog
You can also use the old standby Windows Version (winver) tool to find some of this information.
Hit Start, type “winver” and then press Enter.
You could also press Windows Key + R, type “winver” into the Run dialog, and press Enter.
The second line in the “About Windows” box tells you which version and build of Windows 10 you have.
Remember, the version number is in the form YYMM—so 1607 means the 7th month of 2016. A couple of
lines down, you’ll see the edition of Windows 10 you’re using—Windows 10 Pro in our example.