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New Training: Monitor and Manage Windows

by Team Nuggets
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Published on February 22, 2021

In this 7-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer James Conrad teaches you how to customize Event views, how to forward Event logs, how to implement Task Manager, and how to configure Performance Monitor. Gain an understanding of Reliability Monitor, Printer Management, and environment variables. Watch this new Windows 10 training.

Watch the full course: Microsoft Windows 10

This training includes:

  • 7 videos

  • 1 hour of training

You’ll learn these topics in this skill:

  • Customize Event Views

  • Forward Event Logs

  • Implement Task Manager

  • Configure Performance Monitor

  • Reliability Monitor

  • Printer Management

  • Configure Environment Variables

What is Windows Reliability Monitor?

Windows Reliability Monitor is a tool that tracks important events during the service life of a Windows device, such as the installation of software and updates to the operating system. The tool also tracks when the device hangs, crashes or provides you with what is known as the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) or Stop Screen. All this is useful when troubleshooting devices, as you can view exactly what has happened since a device began experiencing issues. With this information, you can then figure out how to correct the issue.

You can launch Reliability Monitor in a number of ways. You can find it in the Control Panel under System and Security > Security Maintenance, in a link called "View reliability history." You can also find the tool through the Windows search box from the Start Menu. There, simply type the first few letters of it. Finally, you can launch the tool from the Windows Run Box. Click [Windows Key]+R, and then type "perfmon /rel" and press the Enter key.

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