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"In general, deciding whether or not performance is acceptable is a subjective judgment that varies significantly with variations in user environments. The values you establish as the baselines for your organization are the best basis for comparison. Nevertheless, the following table containing threshold values for specific counters can help you determine whether values reported by your computer indicate a problem. If System Monitor consistently reports these values, it is likely that... More
Material Type: Reference Material
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Date Added to MERLOT: March 04, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 13, 2003
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Submitter: Anna Gibson

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Avatar for Richard M. Day
12 years ago

Richard M. Day (Faculty)

My review of the article consisted of reading through the material. This
material explains the use of certain performance counters in order to determine
performance of the Windows 2000 OS. The information should be useful to anyone
attempting to analyze the performance of the Windows 2000 OS.
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