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When your computer suddenly isn't fast as usual, or keeps freezing up, you're likely dealing with performance issues that could be caused by a number of reasons. It could be as a result of problems with the hardware, apps or drivers poorly designed, the, or even be a malware that infected your device. Although includes a number of tools to troubleshoot performance issues, such as the, you'll find that the Performance Monitor is the most complete tool you can use to view and analyze application and hardware data to fix system performance related problems.
You can also customize what data to collect in log files, define alerts, generate reports, and replay collected performance data in many ways. In this, we'll walk you through the steps to use the Performance Monitor to analyze your computer's performance. • • • • How to open Performance Monitor On Windows 10, you can use Performance Monitor to analyze data, such as processor, hard drive, memory, and network usage, but first, you must know how to open the tool. Here are three ways to open Performance Monitor: • Open Start, do a search for Performance Monitor, and click the result. • Use the Windows key + R keyboard shortcut to open the Run command, type perfmon, and click OK to open. • Use the Windows key + X keyboard shortcut to open the Power User menu, select Computer Management, and click on Performance.