How To Check Service Pack In Windows 7 Ultimate

Many peoples don’t know how to check service pack in windows 7 or not and many peoples face this problem, and they try to search this problem on Google. But I am going to tell you two easiest methods to find weather service pack one is installed in your Windows 7 or not. Many software support service pack one in Windows 7. When you install a software, and there is a pop-up comes and say “To run this application you need to install service pack one” and user don’t to install service pack one. So, if you want to check that your service pack one is install in your windows or not, follow my steps.

how to check service pack in windows 7

How To Check Service Pack In Windows 7 

Method 1

Step 1: First of all click on the Start Menu, and then right click on the computer and then go to the properties tab.

how to check service pack in windows 7

Step 2: A page opens up and showing all your computer information.

know what service pack you have

Step 3: Look at Windows Edition Bar. There you can see that the service pack one is install or not.

windows 7 service pack 1

This method is so simple, but I’m showing you another method too.

Method 2

Step 1: first of all – click on the start menu and then click on the search bar and type winver and click on winver.exe

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Step 2: Windows About page will open up.

Step 3: Below the Microsoft Windows, you can see weather Service pack one is installed or not.

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These both methods are very short and simple, and there is no trick to doing this one. If your service pack is not installed, then you had to install that one on your Windows 7. If you didn’t do this, then 20% of your software will not run. So it is important to check.

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Final Words!

I hope you enjoyed my post, and now you know how to check service pack in Windows 7. So if you have any question about this topic then comment below, and I’ll reply you as soon as possible.

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