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Reliability Monitor!


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donetao

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Hello! I'm wondering why this Windows feature isn't mentioned more on help forums. I realize it leaves a lot to be desired, but I have found it quite useful to keep me up to date about how my PC is running. To me it is a lot simpler than Event Viewer. It could be better, but it has helped me keep my PC running with out errors.

I would welcome comments form all Geeks. I'm attaching screen shot of my Reliability Monitor. It's looking really good at the moment. Also a link about how to use this Windows software. It's already on your computer. Give it a look!!

http://technet.micro...3(v=ws.10).aspx

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Hi  donetao!

 

This monitor is absolutely fantastic!

 

 

I'd love to see more people use this but a lot of people either can't be bothered with maintenance or computers seem too scary to fiddle with.

 

I don't want to attempt to replace an engine in my own car without the know how and besides I'm too lazy :)

 

Just one of those things I guess.


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Hi! DevSquare!

 

Here's a screen shot of past weeks. I have really improved.

Thanks for your reply. Hope to see more replies!!

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So, as it states "The Reliability Monitor is intended for advanced computer users, such as software developers and network administrators."

 

The average person would not know what to do with it.

But it could be usefull info for a Tech specialist to look at at help someone.


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Thanks for your reply. I know it says it's not for the average user, but you might be surprised what it will tell you. It's a lot like the event viewer but with a picture. 

I'm a long way from a software developer, but I get a lot of good information from it that I can use. If you have a program causing BSOD, this can some times tell you which program is causing it. Here is a good tutorial about this W7 software!

http://www.makeuseof...bility-monitor/

By reading the above link, you will find that most PC owners didn't even know this tool existed. I just want to make people here aware of the tool and they can decide if it helps them maintain a working PC.


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