How to display NT5 system resources?

Under Windows 95 & 98 there is a resource meter that can display system resources.  My uderstanding is that NT5
is much less subject to resouce leakage than 95 & 98.  Is this true?  How do I
display system resources under NT5?
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You can access the memory resource by right-clicking on the TASK BAR and then click Task Manager then select Performance. That will show you the Memory Usage History.

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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
by default, under processes, you only see the Image (generally program executable) name, Process ID (PID), current CPU uage (as percent), (total) CPU Time, and Memory usage.  But there are many other options you can choose - while in the processes tab, click the "view" menu and choose "select columns" and you'll get a list
You have also a network monitoring tool in settings => Controle Panel => Administrative tools => Performance. There you have Netwerk Monitoring. This is also a good tool to see the CPU and other performance in a long view. You have also the possibility to create a logfile.

This is also available for the system from your own PC.

Shortcut time:-)



You can also run msinfo32.exe in the run box.

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