Viewing System Resources in Win2K

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi Ozzu,

Dumb Question... how do I check to see what my system resources is, in Win2K? I'm familiar with Win98SE, system... performance... and there it is... but I can't, for the life of me, find that in my Win2K environment.

Thanks!
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Hi there!

CTRL-SHIFT-ESCAPE brings up the task manager which shows some common resources. You can also get it by right clicking the task bar at the bottom & selecting Task Manager.

For more in depth values you can use performance manager located in Programs>Administritive Tools>Performance (from distant memory - i'm on XP and have no W2K machines handy right now) although rarely do you need to use that.

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fixed your title :)

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