Defrag Tools #117 - PerfView Part 5 | Defrag Tools

In this episode of Defrag Tools, Vance Morrison joins Andrew Richards and Chad Beeder to discuss his performance analysis tool, PerfView. In part 5 of this series, we focus on using PerfView as a diagnostics tool.

Resources:
Download PerfView from Microsoft Download Center
PerfView Tutorial on Chann
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Find out which of the following words go together by following the spaghetti strands.

Busque los pares.

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