How to identify the cause for slow performance

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How to identify the cause for slow performance

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Task Manager and Performance Monitor are two tools that come to mind.

@Dave Patrick  Thanks,

 

In my env one server got hang and rebooted, in this case how to check what caused for hang/slow perfomance.

Check the event log for reboot error details. Performance Monitor may help you with other issues.

Windows Performance Monitor Overview - Microsoft Tech Community

 

 

 

Just add make sure check the event viewer and you might find certain log files associated with this issue too.
Did you installed any program before this problem started?