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There are several performance tools and methods that can be used to tweak or adjust application and system performance. However, some of these tools and methods are not commonly known. In this course, you will learn about some of the lesser known but very useful performance tools and methods used in the different Microsoft Windows operating systems. The course will cover tools such as Event Viewer, Reliability Monitor, and Windows Experience Index, in addition to methods used to improve system and application performance.
  • start the course
  • recognize some of the key features of Windows Reliability Monitor and methods used to access the tool in Windows 7
  • recognize the key features of the Windows Experience index and how to access it in Windows 7
  • use Event Viewer logs to look for resource issues in Windows 7
  • recognize how Event Viewer can e-mail and display messages of low system resources in Windows 7
  • clean and tweak the hard disk to improve the overall performance in Windows 7
  • recognize how to adjust processor affinity and set application priority settings in Windows 7 to improve application performance
  • recognize how to adjust performance options in Windows 7 to improve system performance
  • use Msconfig to adjust settings and improve performance from startup in Windows 7
  • recognize some of the key features of Windows Reliability Monitor and methods used to access the tool in Windows 8.1
  • recognize the key features of the Windows Experience index and how to access it in Windows 8.1
  • use Event Viewer logs to look for resource issues in Windows 8.1
  • recognize how Event Viewer can e-mail and display messages of low system resources in Windows 8.1
  • clean and tweak the hard disk to improve the overall performance in Windows 8.1
  • recognize how to adjust processor affinity and set application priority settings in Windows 8.1 to improve application performance
  • recognize how to adjust performance options in Windows 8.1 to improve system performance
  • use Msconfig to adjust settings and improve performance from startup in Windows 8.1
  • recognize some of the key features of Windows Reliability Monitor and methods used to access the tool in Windows 10
  • recognize the key features of the Windows Experience index and how to access it in Windows 10
  • use Event Viewer logs to look for resource issues in Windows 10
  • recognize how Event Viewer can e-mail and display messages of low system resources in Windows 10
  • clean and tweak the hard disk to improve the overall performance in Windows 10
  • recognize how to adjust processor affinity and set application priority settings in Windows 10 to improve application performance
  • recognize how to adjust performance options in Windows 10 to improve system performance
  • use Msconfig to adjust settings and improve performance from startup in Windows 10
  • run Windows Experience Index in Windows 7 and WinSAT in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 to gather baseline information on your system
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Windows Performance Monitoring: Additional Performance Tools Online course
  • Course ID:
    264675
  • Duration:
    128 minutes
  • Price:
    $75