For normal testing, you often need to look at the data in Performance Monitor and now teach you how to turn on Performance Monitor:
1. Start-run (or press Win+r to open the Run dialog box)
2, input "Perfmon", and then enter
You can go to Performance Monitor, as shown in the figure:
Windows Performance Monitor uses performance counters, event trace data, and configuration information that can be merged into a data collector set.
Performance counters are units of measure for system state or activity. They can be included in the operating system or as part of an individual application. Windows Performance Monitor requests the current value of the performance counter at a specified interval.
Event trace data is collected from trace providers, which are components of the operating system or of individual applications that report actions or events. You can merge the output of multiple trace providers into a single trace session.
"Configuration Information" is collected from the Windows registry key values. Windows Performance Monitor can record registry key values as part of a log file at a specified time or interval.
Using Performance Monitor
Performance Monitor is a simple yet powerful visualization tool for viewing performance data in real time and from log files. With it, you can examine the performance data in a chart, histogram, or report.
The local performance Log membership or equivalent identity in the Users group is the minimum required to complete this process.
To start Performance Monitor
-click Start, click in the Start Search box, type perfmon, and then press Enter.
-In the navigation tree, expand Monitoring Tools, and then click Performance Monitor. You can also use Performance Monitor to view real-time performance data on a remote computer.
The membership or equivalent identity in the performance Log Users Group of the target computer is the minimum required to complete this procedure.
To connect to a remote computer by using Performance Monitor
-Start Performance Monitor.
-Right-click reliability and performance in the navigation tree, and then click Connect to another computer.
-In the Select Computer dialog box, type the name of the computer that you want to monitor, or click Browse to select the computer from the list.
To view performance counters on a remote computer, you must enable the Performance Logs and Alerts firewall exception on the remote computer. In addition, members of the performance Log Users group must also be members of the event Log Reader group on the remote computer.