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Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6001]
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Windows System Assessment Tool
Command line usage:
WINSAT <assesment_name> [switches]
Valid assessment names
formal run the full set of assessments and save the results
features just run the features assessment
cpu run the cpu assessment
mem run the system memory assessment
dwm run the desktop window manager assessment
d3d run the d3d assessment
media run the media assessment
mfmedia run the Media Foundation based assessment
disk run the storage assessment
An assessment name is mandatory.
The 'formal' assessment will run all the assessments and save the data
in '%systemroot%\windows\performance\datastore' This is the only
assessment that will save data in this location.
The 'features' assessment simply enumerates the system's features.
This is best used with the '-xml <filename>' switch to save the data.
The '-eef' switch can be used to enumerate extra features such as
optical disks, memory modules, and other items.
Other command line paramters include include:
'-v' enable verbose output
'-xml <filename>' save the XML output to 'filename'
Running the "winsat dwm" command will re-assess the systems graphics
capabilities and restart the desktop window manager.
Please see the online Command Reference for more information
on the command line parameters used with the other assessments.
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