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Search or Filter Data

Updated: October 20, 2013

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1

In Windows® Performance Analyzer, you can search all the text in data tables. You can also filter data to display only a selection of the data in both the graph and its data table.

  1. Right-click the table, and then click Find.

  2. Enter the desired text.

  3. To find the next instance of the text, right-click the table, and then click Find Next.

  4. To find the previous instance of the text, right-click the table, and then click Find Previous.

  1. In the data table, select the desired row or rows. Or, in the Legend control to the left of the graph, select the desired item or items.

  2. Right-click the data table, and then click Filter To Selection.

If you want to enable or disable a whole series, right-click the Legend control, and then select the desired option.

  • Right-click the data table, and click Clear Filter.

  1. In the data table, right-click the title bar.

  2. In the Column Chooser box, select or clear the desired columns individually. Or, in the Preset drop-down list, select the desired preset combination of columns.

    The data table is immediately updated as you click.

    For more information about presets, see Apply, Create, or Delete a Preset Combination of Columns to Display.

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