Windows Server file Management tasks
The easiest and fastest way to check CPU and Memory usage of a Windows Server is often to use Task Manager, however the data given in the tool is not so obvious as it may look. Task Manager is an old tool that has been available since at least Windows NT 3.51 and has been somewhat modified in each Windows Server release since, however rarely completely understood.
(The best way to start Task Manager is the press CTRL SHIFT ESCAPE at the same time. This may seem stupid, but they are all located on left side of the keyboard and can be touched together with one hand.)
In a series of posts I will discuss how to read and understand the memory output of Task Manager in the most common Windows operating systems. Unfortunately many of the values have very different names and meaning between the OS generations, which I will cover.
The whole concept of Memory Management is very interesting and will also be explained in more detail in another post, but here we will just assume that we have some amount of physical RAM and some swap space located on the hard drive. This swap file is always, as you probably know, called “
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