Microsoft Releases “System State Analyzer Tool” for Windows 7

 
System State Analyzer Tool compares two snapshots of a computer taken at different points in time. This allows you to determine what may have changed on a system, either due to a specific issue (i.e. after an application install) or even to compare the difference between two systems.
 
NOTE:  Unless you’re a developer / tester, you’ve probably never heard of this tool – it’s part of the Windows 2008 R2 Logo Software Certification and Windows 2008 R2 Logo Program Software Certification toolkits. (Thanks Tim)
 
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2 Responses to Microsoft Releases “System State Analyzer Tool” for Windows 7

  1. Unknown says:

    Very good tool (used it before), the basic problem was SLOWNESS, was it fixed?

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