In this blog post, I will walk you through the process of generating a Windows 10 performance test report. This is an important tool to have in your arsenal when troubleshooting any performance issues that may be plaguing your Windows 10 installation. The Windows Performance Toolkit can help you do this with its rich assortment of tools and analysis options that are all at your disposal for free!
The Windows Performance Toolkit (WPT) contains performance monitoring and troubleshooting tools to help you diagnose the root cause of either poor system or application responsiveness. It also includes a set of command-line utilities for collecting, analyzing, and saving data that can then be used in offline analysis with other programs.
To start simply push the Windows + R button and enter “perfmon” into the search bar.
From the left panel, you can click Create System Performance Collector Set or Start a System Performance Collector set.
That will start the performance test.
-If you see any errors or warnings during the startup of System Performance Monitor, select Ignore Errors button.
After that click Start again and wait until it has collected enough data before closing the.
- It will task almost 60 sec depending on your computer. Once the test is done you have to see the performance report.
- To see the performance report now click on the report section
- You will see the system section click on the system section and now you will see the system performance.
- Now, go ahead and download the system performance report and see through the information to find out what's wrong with your computer.
Before creating a custom performance test, you should understand the Windows Performance Recorder tool. Before generating a custom report you should start Windows Performance Recorder and enable the capture of events.
To create the custom performance you need to run the performance monitor tool once again. Now, click on the data collector sets the user-defined.
Right-click on the user-defined then go to new and go to the data collector set and click it.
Now, you will see a new data collector set, choose the name of the new data collector set and click the create manually (Advanced) and click next.
After that, you have to specify what type of data you want to include. Once you select your data type then click next.
Now you need to select which performance counter you need to select. Click on ADD and select total and click add after that click ok.
Now you have selected all the required details click next.
Now, you need to create a data collector and click on finish.
You got your personalized data set. You can go and start running your personalized performance test. You can whenever want to start you can start and when you feel you can stop and see the result.
You can see the report but this time you can see the report in the user-defined section.