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How to calculate CPU usage on Windows server?

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Can someone give me direction/help on how to calculate CPU usage/utilization on Windows server?  Need an algorithm to determine the % of CPU usage/utilization.
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Deborah:
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Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) and performance monitor both show % cpu usage
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