Solved Could someone just confirm that this is how to find the Reliability Monitor tool?


_william

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I've already posted this on Microsoft Community and Microsoft Learn, but nobody answered.

I encountered the Reliability Monitor tool for the first time the other day. It seems there are a number of different ways to access Reliability Monitor, and I just want to make sure of that.

Here is a list of options I found to access Reliability Monitor:

Option 1. Go to "Control Panel > Security and Maintenance > Maintenance > 'View reliability history' ".

Option 2. Type "perfmon /rel" into Command Prompt.

Option 3. Open the Performance Monitor tool and highlight the "Monitoring Tools" tab in the left-side panel and then choose "Reliability Monitor..." from the "Action" menu-tab.

Option 4. Again, open the Performance Monitor tool but this time right-click the "Monitoring Tools" tab in the left-side panel and then choose "View system reliability..." from the context-menu that appears

Please see the first attached picture to further illustrate options 3 and 4.

The second attached picture shows what I think to be the Reliability Monitor.

So, am I correct to think that those four options above all lead to Reliability Monitor?

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It seems there are a number of different ways to access Reliability Monitor, and I just want to make sure of that.
I don't know why you would want to know several different ways. There are always more than one way to access things in Windows but you only need to know one way.
There is another way you haven't mentioned: - Simply click on the 'Search' icon on taskbar and type in "Reliability". This should show "View Reliability History". Click on 'Open' to launch it.

Don't over think it.
 

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