If your PC was gifted to you, or if it’s been a while since you bought it and you don’t really remember what parts are inside, it might be difficult to figure out if you’ll meet the requirements for the newest games before you buy them.
Maybe you want to play CoD: Modern Warfare, but don’t know if your graphics card is up to snuff. Maybe you’re not sure if you have enough memory, or if your aging CPU will be up to the task.
You could go diving into Windows settings panels, tools, and graphics driver dashboards to piece together what you need to know, but surely there’s an easier way? One that doesn’t mean you have to unscrew the side panel of your PC and actually peek inside?
So, how do I know my PC is powerful enough to play a game?
Short answer: Head to Can