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System Info(perfcounters)

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I would like to retrieve some system info with performance counters(perfcounters) but the example codes i've found are really sucky or close to non-existing. Not even msdn got an example code program for it with c++ what i could find. I've used them in c#.net before but there you just had to drag&drop basically. I would appreciate if anyone got a codeexample or so saved, just thats retrieves like cpu speed or something so i can easily change where it points at to get other values also from perfcounters. Of the little i've found im afraid you need shitloads of code just to get a value :/. Well any code or link to a good example would help. Would also like to know if there is anyway to get the cpuusage(for all processes)? Im in Windows Xp/VS 2005 beta 2. Regards

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Of the little i've found im afraid you need shitloads of code just to get a value :/


Yeah, pretty much. That's why the C# library is so nice - very easy to use!

The MSDN documentation is actually pretty good (though it's quite a long read).

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