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(Solved) - Windows 7 Performance Monitor

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  • Started 6 years ago by ejames6342
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ejames6342
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I liked the Performance Monitor graph in Vista which showed you a daily report of how your computer was performing. Is there any way to get that same functionality in Windows 7 and, if so, how?

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ScottW
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ejames6342, hello. The Performance Monitor in Windows 7 can be accessed in the Administrative Tools program group. By default, this is disabled, but it can be turned on in Start Menu -> Properties -> Customize. You can also launch the Performance Monitor from a Run box (Win+R) or the Start -> Search box with "perfmon.exe" or "perfmon.msc".

Is that what you are looking for?

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ejames6342
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Yes, thank you ScottW. I found it last night by doing a search for reliability and it came up and I created a shortcut to it on my desktop.

Thanks for your help!

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