I don't know which version of Minecraft I have (for example: 1.10). I have regular minecraft, not java or anything else, and I just don't know the version I have.

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    Hi! We only prefer questions that have shown at least some prior research effort, if applicable. For instance, you can probably find pictures showing where the version number can be found simply by searching for it on a simple search engine. A convenient answer has been provided below, for yours and the viewers conveniences, but next time, if you can, consider researching the topic in a little more detail. If you can't find a solution in a little while, then it's okay to post it here. What isn't acceptable is a user posting a question that can be found in Google's 1st result, etc. – ExpertCoder14 May 29 at 5:52
  • ExpertCoder, i did try to find how to know which version of minecraft i have, but i couldn't find anything for bedrock. Even the pictures wouldn't tell me anything and the videos were just for java edition. – kittynautgirl May 30 at 20:41
  • Which device are you on? Computer, phone, console, etc? – ExpertCoder14 May 30 at 20:47
  • I am on a p.c. :) – kittynautgirl May 30 at 20:50
  • Which of the two menu screens is closest to what yours looks like? And does the title say "Minecraft: Java Edition" or "Minecraft"? – ExpertCoder14 May 30 at 22:22

Simply look at the bottom of Minecraft's title screen.

At the bottom right or bottom left, you should see a number. (1.14.4, 1.13, etc.)

If the number is in the bottom left, you are using Java Edition, also evident in the subtitle below the main title. enter image description here

If the number is in the bottom right, you are using Bedrock Edition. This is evident because Bedrock Edition just uses the title Minecraft with no subtitle. Bedrock Edition Title Screen The number itself is the version number.

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It should be pretty simple:

In Java edition your Minecraft version will be shown in the lower left hand corner of your screen.

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This is Java edition, but is essentially the same for Bedrock edition except it should be on the other side corner like this.

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