Microsoft offers comprehensive tools and techniques for optimizing the performance of today's complex Windows systems, application software, services, and drivers, however understanding them enough to be able to apply them can be a challenge. Windows performance analysis has traditionally been viewed as a mysterious "black art," but IT professionals and developers who can master it will gain a substantial competitive advantage in the marketplace and learn a lot about the inner workings of Windows in the process. In this book, three Microsoft insiders draw on their unsurpassed Windows performance expertise, systematically teaching how to measure performance in production environments, address triage issues, quickly identify root causes, and make the most of today's exceptionally powerful Windows Performance Tools. The only complete, hands-on guide to Windows 7 and Windows Vista performance analysis, this book illuminates each type of performance issue with realistic examples, drilling down to help IT professionals learn to identify the real issues, and quickly solve the problems. Coverage includes: making the most of Windows Performance Analyzer; understanding the performance of processors and Windows' memory management subsystem; identifying resource contention issues; troubleshooting performance issues associated storage, Windows file systems, and the Registry; instrumenting code with ETW, and much more.
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