In which of these cases would you be most likely to use Windows Performance Monitor?
A) View a 24-hour graph of drive read and write statistics
B) Identify which application is using the most CPU utilization
C) Restart the print spooler
D) Change the list of applications that launch during startup
E) View your hard drive S.M.A.R.T. information
F) You need to get that extra half-parsec on the Kessel Run
The answer: A) View a 24-hour graph of drive read and write statistics
Windows Performance Monitor can be used to view a number of real-time performance statistics, and all of these metrics can be captured to a file for long-term analysis.
Want to know more? Watch “Using Windows Performance Monitor.”
The Windows Performance Monitor can help you narrow down the cause of your computer slowdown problems. In this video, you’ll learn how to configure, run, and create reports with Performance Monitor.