Frequently Asked Question - How do I know which version I have?

How do I know which version I have?

PC-Doctor for DOS
At the command prompt, type "PCDR /VER" (without the quotes). The version number is in the format: 3.0.xxxx where 'xxxx' is a 4-digit number.

PC-Doctor for Windows
Two methods are available, depending on which version of PC-Doctor for Windows you are using:

  • If you are using a version of PC-Doctor for Windows or PC-Doctor Service Center that includes a menu bar, click Help on the menu bar, then click About.
  • If you are using a version of PC-Doctor for Windows that does not include a menu bar, click the Version Information link.
  • If you are unable to locate the version, use this procedure: Click the Start button (Start menu).
    1. Place the cursor on Search.
    2. Click the For Files or Folders menu item.
    3. If shown on your version of Windows, click All Files and Folders.
    4. Type "WindapiResources.dll" in the field titled "All or part of the file name:"
    5. Click the Search button.
    6. When the file is found, right click the filename.
    7. Click Properties
    8. On the General tab, note the Modified date.
    9. Click the Version tab and note of the File Version.

PC-Doctor for Linux
Type "./pcd version" (without quotes) on a command console. The build version number is also at the top of the readme file.