Many people still choose to play major games in their PC’s as PC is a more versatile device. If you own a high end PC rig, then you may be sure that your device can run almost all the major titles, but if you are one of the large number of people who are confused if their laptop can run a latest games, this article will help you figure out easily.
The most common method to check if your device can run a game is to read the system requirements and dig through spec lists to try and figure out whether you’ve got a suitably beefy graphics card or processor, get some quick automated advice from the long-running website Can You Run It.
Can You Run is powered by System Requirements Lab, It scans your PC and lets you know whether your machine is capable of running your favorite titles like Battlefield 4.
How to do
Start by heading over to the Can You Run It website and searching for the game you’d like to play from the drop-down list. Click the button that says Can You Run It. A pop-up window will appear with three choices: detect your PC settings with a web app, use a desktop app, or just read the requirements for the game yourself.
Since the option three is not what we want, cut it out of the list. Between first and second, I suggest you to go for second one since first one requires Java but this option runs pretty fine for me.
I will explain the second option now. First, click the Start button to automatically downloads an MSI file to your desktop. Just double-click it and follow the instructions to install the app, which is called System Requirements Lab Detection.
Once the app is done installing and you launch it for the first time, within a few minutes you should be automatically redirected to a Can You Run It web page, complete with the site’s recommendation for your desired game.
After you’ve installed the Can You Run It desktop program, you can just go back to the site in the future to automatically check whether a certain game will work on your PC—no more downloads required.
The website may not be very precise but it does the job fine.