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By Dan Gookin Monitoring your system resources is a necessary part of troubleshooting.
Resources include memory, mass storage, network access, processor power, and so on.
If it doesn’t, you’ll find your computer difficult to operate. The easiest way to do so is from the Task Manager window, on the Performance tab.
Summon the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl Shift Esc.
The performance window lists lots of graphical information about basic resources: CPU, disk, network, memory, and more.
To see additional information for a specific resource, click the downward-pointing arrow button to reveal the details.
The new items appear as a new line on the chart, allowing you to review that resource.
To see more detailed information, you can summon a resource monitor window.
Right click on your Desktop and select Personalize. The sidebar and other visual elements are not as pretty as they were but this can be a big performance boost if your video card isn't quite up to par.
Then click on Theme and select Windows Classic from the drop down menu. If that doesn't seem to do the trick we can also turn off the other Visual Effects.
Follow these steps: Windows XP has a rather limited display in its Performance window.
To view a similar window in Windows 7, choose Performance Monitor, found beneath the Monitoring Tools folder on the left side of the window.