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Windows Vista's Reliability Monitor

Saturday, April 7, 2007


Windows Vista has a number of built-in tools such as "Memory Diagnostic Tool" and the improvised "Task Scheduler", but what turns out to one of the best built-in tool is the all new "Reliability Monitor". Reliability Monitor is accessible under "Control Panel" -> "Administrative Tools" -> "Computer Management" -> "Reliability and Performance" (Pane) -> "Monitor Tool".

I believe this is one tool that is missing among all other Operating System. The UI is the best to understand the various major events that may have affected the reliability of your system.




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