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Optimize: Windows Power Tools: Optimizing Code
Optimize: Windows Power Tools: Optimizing Code

In this video for the Windows Performance Toolkit, you will be shown the xperf command line utility that is part of the Windows Performance Toolkit. You will learn how to use xperf to obtain the timer tick resolution rate and see if the application changed the default OS tick rate from 15.6ms. After using xperf to get Timer Tick Rate you will be shown how to use the Windows Performance Analyzer to inspect the call path to the Timer Tick Rate change. You will dive into the source code of the Bouncing Sprite application where you will see how a few simple line changes of code can dramatically decrease the power consumption of the entire application.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 58m
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