WPM

(redirected from Windows Performance Monitor)
AcronymDefinition
WPMWords Per Minute
WPMWood Packaging Material (shipping)
WPMWindows Performance Monitor
WPMWord Perfect Macros
WPMWeb Page Maker
WPMWeb Performance Management
WPMWeb Programming Model
WPMWeighted Product Method (decision theory)
WPMWordPerfect Macro (File Name Extension)
WPMWorld Project Management (consulting; Portugal)
WPMWatershed Protection and Management (Morocco)
WPMWorking Party on Methods (Indian Ocean Tuna Commission)
WPMWest of the Prime Meridian (geography)
WPMWorkforce Performance Management
WPMWorld Pantheist Movement
WPMWorld Peace Mission (est. 2003)
WPMWeb Presence Management (various companies)
WPMWest Point Market (Akron, OH)
WPMWii Play: Motion (video game)
WPMWork Package Manager
WPMWavelet Packet Modulation
WPMWild Pokemon Modifier (Pokemon gaming cheat codes)
WPMWhite Phase Modulation (ANSI)
WPMWhite Professional Male
WPMWorkshop on Prosody and Meaning
WPMWal-Mart Preticketed Merchandise
WPMWisconsin Paintball Militia (paintball players network)
WPMWarranty Protection Marking
WPMWireline Protection Module
WPMWavelength Path Management (Nortel Networks)
WPMWavelength Pump Multiplexer
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This tool will analyze performance of various workloads by collecting performance metrics from the native Windows Performance Monitor. It provides reports about how CPU, Memory, Network and IO parameters are utilized by workloads in Hyper-V Servers and their virtual machines.
For example, I recently created a popular poster for Quest Software that shows all of the most meaningful and useful Windows Performance Monitor (PerfMon) counters.
Version 4.5 of the product adds support for provisioning virtual machines over the network using PXE (pre-boot execution environment), the ability to track virtual machine performance using Microsoft Corp Windows Performance Monitor, and increased memory capacity of up to 4GB for all virtual machines and 3.6GB for individual virtual machines, enabling the use of server operating systems in a virtual machine.