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How to: Start Performance Monitor (Windows NT)

Use Performance Monitor to monitor the utilization of system resources. Collect and view real-time performance data in the form of counters, for server resources such as processor and memory use, and for many Microsoft SQL Server resources such as locks and transactions.

To start Performance Monitor in Windows NT 4.0

  • On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Performance Monitor.

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