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Take advantage of the Windows Vista built-in System Performance Monitor

, 21 Jul 2009 CPOL
This article shows how to leverage a component Vista uses when showing the performance lines and histograms.
SysDemoSources.zip
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AxInterop.SystemMonitor.dll
Interop.SystemMonitor.dll
SysMonDemo.exe
SysMonDemo.vshost.exe
SysMonDemo.vshost.exe.manifest
Properties
Settings.settings
SysMonDemo.zip
SysMonDemo.exe
Interop.SystemMonitor.dll
AxInterop.SystemMonitor.dll

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marc ochsenmeier
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Marc Ochsenmeier is the author of PEStudio (www.winitor.com) and works as developer with the focus on Windows Hardening.

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