Windows Performance Analyzer (WPA)
Windows Performance Analyzer (WPA) is a set of performance monitoring tools used to produce in-depth performance profiles of Microsoft Windows operating systems and applications.
This documentation discusses the tools in the Windows Performance Analyzer as shown in the following table.
|Introduction: Intro to WPA
||Contains an overview of WPA components, architecture, installation and a Quick Start manual.
|Quick Start Guide: WPA Basics
||Covers information and examples you will need to effectively use WPA.
|Feature Level Documentation: WPA Features
||Describes specific features including Graphs, Summary Tables, and a Command Line Reference
|Performance Analysis Whitepapers
||Illustrates how to use special tools and procedures to analyze specific facets of performance such as Processor Power Management.
|Application Programming Interfaces
||Introduces an API for programmatically capturing kernel traces.