Recording cpu/memory usage info

Posted on 2005-04-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Is there anyway to record a baseline cpu/memory usage in windows 2000? Isnt there a built in tool for this?

I'm doing some testing in the lab. I need to do a baseline run before installing 3rd party software. Trying tos ee how much stress the software puts on the cpu/memory once it is running.
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    You can take a screen capture of task manager and paste it into a Word document.  You can also get Sisoftware Sandra:

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    I got the built in system monitor working on the machine. What is the easiest counters to add to record basic cpu usage and memory usage?
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    going to post a new question regarding this.
    thanks for help

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