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Windows 7: Secret to finding exact score in reliability monitor

13 Mar 2012   #1

 
 
Secret to finding exact score in reliability monitor

While cleaning up logs, I found this in Event Viewer:Application and Services Logs:Microsoft:Windows:Reliability-Analysis Engine:Operational events:Name:  reliability event.jpg
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Since the exact score is shown, can a task or gadget be created with this daily log to show the line graph with these numbers?



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21 Mar 2012   #2

 
 
W7 vs. Vista Line graph

In Vista, the monitor would not only show a line graph, but the exact current number. In Windows 7, it shows the line graph and we have to infer what number it is from looking at its location. By going to the operational log, I noticed that the exact scores were given in it, and used by the monitor to show the line graph. Microsoft should have been able to continue adding the current overall score next to it like they did in Vista, but they chose to exclude it in Windows 7. Besides creating a shortcut, is there any way to have an app that pulls from this log and shows you the number and the graph, or, shows just the number?
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