How to tell how many (and how much) RAM a Windows box has without opening it up

If you would like to know how much ram your (or someone else's) machine has, you can run this command from a command prompt and it will tell you exactly how many DIMM slots your machine has, as well as if they are currently occupied and with what brand and size memory is in said slots.

The command is:

wmic MEMORYCHIP get banklabel, capacity, caption, devicelocator, partnumber

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