Well, information you can only get from your terminal as root, you will never be able to get by using a HTTP browser as normal user. And as it is very stupid to use a HTTP browser as root …
BTW, there is an alternative to using the CLI command hwinfo. YaST > Hardware > Hardware Information is a GUI to it. But as very often, it is much more easy to copy/paste CLI lines from a terminal emulator into a post here then to post screen shots from a GUI tool.
Also the commands people will suggest you to do to gather information will differ very much from case to case. Almost never a complete hwinfo list will be asked for.
You may feel yourself as a newbie, but I hope it is your intention not to stay a newbie. Asking here and learning from the answers is a good way to get more knowledge. And yes, people will ask you to do terminal/CLI commands, and you will, I hope, consult the relevant man pages to see what those commands are for and what the several option mean.