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9.2 Using Task Manager to Monitor Performance 
The Task Manager displays all the 
applications and processes running on the 
Windows Server 2003 computer. It also 
displays some common performance 
measures. You can access the Task 
Manager by pressing 
on the keyboard and selecting the 
Task Manager button from the pop-up 
menu; or right-click an empty area of the 
taskbar and select Task Manager. 
As illustrated in Figure 9.1, the 
Performance tab of Task Manager, 
displays the CPU and memory usage of 
the system. The CPU Usage section 
displays the current CPU usage as a 
percentage of the maximum CPU 
utilization. The CPU Usage History 
section plots the recent CPU usage on a 
graph and is an indicator for the behavior 
of the CPU utilization of the system. The 
PF Usage section displays the current 
Page File usage in megabytes (MB) while 
the Page File Usage History section plots 
the recent Page File usage on a graph. The 
Totals section displays the total handles, 
FIGURE 9.1: The Windows Server 2003 Task Manager
threads, and processes currently running on the system. The Physical Memory section displays the total 
available memory, the amount currently available, and the System Cache size. The Commit Charge section 
is related to the Kernel Memory section and displays the virtual memory details. 


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