WinBootInfo is the advanced Windows Boot Analyzer that logs drivers and applications loaded during system boot, measures Windows boot times, records CPU and I/O activity during the boot, and much more!
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:29
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: WinBootInfo is the advanced Windows Boot Analyzer that logs drivers and applications loaded during system boot, measures Windows boot times, records CPU and I/O activity during the boot, and much more!
- You want to know what is actually happening during the Windows Boot?
- You noticed that your computer takes ages to become operable after power-on, but you didn’t know how to see what actually gets to be loaded in your computer’s memory?
- You need a reliable tool for monitoring Windows boot performance over time?
- You want to optimize your computer’s performance and need detailed information about loaded system components?
Then WinBootInfo is the perfect solution for you! For only $14.95 (30 day trial is FREE) you will get the powerful system boot monitoring tool with following features included:
- Windows Boot Time Logging
- Detailed information about loaded drivers, applications and system DLLs
- Each loaded system component is displayed on the detailed time map
- Tree-View of Loaded Processes sorted in time, with all belonging DLLs/Drivers
- Different times logged (boot to Login Prompt, Explorer, Session Manager)
- Detailed CPU utilization tracking during boot, per every CPU core
- I/O activity tracking during boot
- System Interrupt / Context Switch tracking during boot
- Text Log generation and Printing
- History Feature, for comparing current with the past boot results
WinBootInfo supports 32-bit and 64-bit Windows Systems starting with Windows XP and including Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Please note that 32-bit and 64-bit versions of WinBootInfo come in separate download archives. You cannot use 32-bit version of WinBootInfo on a 64-bit system and vice-versa.
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