Know any future problem in advance with Windows® Reliability Monitor
An interesting feature in Windows 7 called Reliability Monitor enables you to know any future problem in advance. We often come across problems which might have been solved if known earlier. But how to know what our system is lacking?
Windows 7 Reliability Monitor offers a solution. It demonstrates how well is your system by measuring the hardware and software performance of your computer. The tool calculates the stability index of your system and specifies results in the range from 1-10 and thus from the results, you can get an overview of the overall performance of your system. This feature was present in Windows Vista by the name of Reliability and Performance monitor but it has been renamed and further enhanced in Windows 7.
How to access Reliability Monitor in Windows 7:
STEP 2. Expand the Maintenance category, and click the View reliability history option.
STEP 3. Windows 7 will generate the reports in a graphical format and will display the stability of your system in the form of a graph. From here, you will be able to get an idea about how well your system is performing.
Any failure will be marked down in the graph, which can provide the complete information. Hence, an easy way to know any abnormality in the system.