Windows Performance Analyzer (WPA)

Windows Performance Analyzer (WPA) is a set of performance monitoring tools used to produce in-depth performance profiles of Microsoft Windows operating systems and applications.

This documentation discusses the tools in the Windows Performance Analyzer as shown in the following table.


Introduction: Intro to WPA

Contains an overview of WPA components, architecture, installation and a Quick Start manual.

Quick Start Guide: WPA Basics

Covers information and examples you will need to effectively use WPA.

Feature Level Documentation: WPA Features

Describes specific features including Graphs, Summary Tables, and a Command Line Reference

Performance Analysis Whitepapers

Illustrates how to use special tools and procedures to analyze specific facets of performance such as Processor Power Management.

Application Programming Interfaces

Introduces an API for programmatically capturing kernel traces.




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