How to Run System Health Check

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Tutorials' started by Bugsy, Dec 27, 2010.

  1. Bugsy

    Bugsy New Member

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    Run a System Health Check

    Press Windows key+R


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    Then type perfmon /report and press Enter or Click OK (remember to put a space between perfmon & /)

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    Now it will generate a report, it will complete in 60 seconds.

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    Now you can view your results in great detail.

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    The report includes a whole load of things here are just a few:

    Diagnostic Results Warnings, Performance,
    Software Configuration, OS Checks, Security Center Information, System Services, Startup Programs
    Disk, Hot files, Disk breakdown, Physical disk, NTFS Performance
    CPU, Process, Service, Services, System
    Hardware Configuration, Disk Checks, Systems, Desktop Rating, BIOS, Devices
    Memory, Processes, Counters
    Network.

    Hope you found this useful!

    (sorry if this has already been posted, checked but didn't see it)
     
  2. squirtmph

    squirtmph Active Member

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    WOW!!

    Nice posted, Sir.
    I am going to do it right away, see what I got.

    and thank you for those IMAGE. and really help to understand more.

    Have great Week-End.
     
  3. squirtmph

    squirtmph Active Member

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    I din get result I was looking for!
    I have post Image.
     

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  4. silhouttejames

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    Really Helpful for Windows7 user on how to keep windows 7 safe
     
  5. Teemocaptain

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    I had a try, OMG, so many problem...
     
  6. Stojmirov

    Stojmirov Active Member

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    Nice job man

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