Windows Performance issues can be difficult to solve, without using the right tools.
How many times you experienced a Windows boot performance issue ? and you try everything, without success !
You check the system logs, you scan your disk, you update your Windows ...and it doesn't work !
Your next step, could be posting on forums, and hope that someone give you the solution ! sometimes you get the answer and the most often it's just a waste of time.
So resigned you decide to format the machine and do a complete system installation...
This situation seems familiar to you ?
Now, you have the opportunity to learn a new troubleshooting technique, by using Windows Performance Toolkit.
This great tool is used by the Microsoft support team to troubleshoot Windows Performance issues. It's powerful and completely free.
By the end of this course, you will be able to use Windows Performance Toolkit to solve Windows performance problems.
At the beginning of the course you will learn how to install and use the tool to record a trace.
I'll introduce you to some Windows Internals basics, like Processes, Threads, stacks.
And finally I'll show you how to solve a real case problems.
Go behind the traditional troubleshooting routines and be the Hero who save the day.
A Brief introduction to Windows Performance Toolkit
This lecture will show you how to download and install Windows Performance Toolkit.
Recording a trace is the first step when troubleshooting a performance issue . In this lecture I'll show you how to use Windows Performance Recorder (WPR) to record a trace according to the issue you want to handle.
In this case study, I'll show you how to use the critical path analysis to identify what causes SQL Management Studio slow startup.
In this real case study, You will learn how to identify what causes a user logon delay on Windows domain joined machine. In this part, I'll show the how to use the critical path analysis technique.
In the second and third part I'll show you the use of the Generic Events and the Regions of Interest graphs.
In this real case study, you will learn how to use Windows Performance Toolkit in order to improve Windows boot performance.
Hello, my name is Zine Eddine Bendjaballah. I'm an IT Engineer with over 17 years of experience. Actually working as IT manager in a multinational company.
I began my IT career as a programmer, which helped me growing my analytical and problem solving skills.
When the time came, I turned to system administration area, working for big companies;
- Developing, securing and maintaining their IT infrastructure.
- Providing users support.
Throughout many years, I've sharpened my skills of Windows platforms and Networking, with a passion for troubleshooting.
I love helping people solving their problems, so I decided to create online courses in order to share my knowledge and help you grow your IT skills.