9 Useful Commands to Get CPU Information on Linux

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  1. Netgear Support says:

    The CPU information includes details about the processor, like the architecture, vendor name, model, number of cores, a speed of each core etc. There are quite a few commands on Linux to get those details about the CPU hardware, and here is about some of the commands.

    1. /proc/cpuinfo
    2. lscpu
    3. hardinfo
    4. lshw
    5. nproc
    6. dmidecode
    7. cpuid
    8. inxi

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