Do you want to improve performance for computers that are starting slowly?
Do you need to diagnose and fix problems caused by resource-hogging apps?
Would you like to learn about the tools used by Microsoft Global Business Support Premier Field Engineers when they need to make a CEO's computer run faster?
Join us for a live deep dive on the free Windows Performance Toolkit (WPT), part of the Assessment and Deployment Toolkit (ADK), developed to help you troubleshoot and resolve these issues!
If we step back for a second and think about performance in general, everyone would probably agree that a human being likes to do tasks in an efficient and fast way. If something is not as fast as we expect and seems to waste our time, we start feeling mad. We start talking with our friends and colleagues about the poor experience we had.
This feeling is also applicable when we look into the performance of computers today. Over the past few years Windows performance has become dramatically better. In particular, with the release of Windows 8 and the support of UEFI-based computers, some startup speeds can improve by nearly more than 40% compared to Windows 7. But architectural improvements aside, there are other things that can cause slow performance, and this deep dive will help you identify and fix some of those issues.
If you are interested in learning how to troubleshoot Windows performance issues in the enterprise with free tools like the Windows Performance Toolkit, then this is your chance! Together with Chell Sterioff, a Sr. Program Manager in Windows Performance, Milad Aslaner will be hosting a free live webcast through Microsoft Virtual Academy.
Download the toolkit, and get ready to tackle real-world Windows performance issues that can impact organizations of all sizes running Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. We'll show you real-time event tracing and live troubleshooting demos, starting with the basics and getting more advanced throughout the day.
Milad is a Premier Field Engineer for Windows Reliability in the Microsoft Global Business Support Group. He is committed to improving the IT landscape of Microsoft's most strategic customers by delivering proactive services, such as workshops, chalk & talks, or large-scale analysis. Milad also leads development of training courses, diagnostic tools, and community-driven readiness. He is a frequent speaker at Microsoft conferences, including TechEd, TechNet, Premier Conferences, and regional technology festivals.
Chell Sterioff joined Microsoft in December 2005 and worked on several projects as a feature Program Manager. She currently works in Windows Fundamentals as the Senior Program Manager owner of the Windows Performance Toolkit. She advocates that performance is a fundamental metric representing system responsiveness, productivity, and customer satisfaction. Whether working with internal groups or with external customers, Chell brings knowledge, passion, and a strong customer focus to her projects.
Posted by MSPFE Editor, Arvind Shyamsundar