Learn Resource Monitor tool in Windows Server 2012
The Resource Monitor is a great tool in Windows Server 2012 to determine which programs or services are using resources such as programs, applications, network connections, and memory.
To open the Resource Monitor, go to Server Manage → Tools .
Click on ' Resource Monitor ', the first part is ' Overview '. It indicates how much CPU is being used by each application and on the right side of the table, it tracks in real time the CPU usage chart. The Memorysectionindicates how much memory each application uses and on the right side of the table, it is being tracked in the CPU usage graph (in real time).
The Disk tab splits into different hard disks. This will show the current I / O drive and disk usage level for each process. The Network tab displays the processes and network bytes sent and received.It also displays current TCP connections, currently listening ports and IDs.
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