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Windows 95/98 perfomance counters

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Submitted on: 1/1/2015 2:22:00 AM
By: PJ Naughter (from psc cd)  
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Compatibility: C++ (general)
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     DynData v1.0 A collection of freeware MFC classes to encapsulate the Windows 95/98 performance counters. Ever wanted to write some code to determine the amount of bytes sent or received by Dial-Up Networking, what is the current CPU Usage or how many threads are currently running on the system?. The classes provided allow you do query any of these parameters, or to query the availability of performance objects and heir counters both on the local machine and any machine on the network. Please note that since NT has its own version of performance counters which are incompatible with the 95/98 versions, these classes will not work on NT. If you want classes to work with NT, have a look at the CPdh classes which I have developed.
 
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