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Depends a bit of what performance indicators you'd like to measure. E.g. when testing timing, you may want to set certain indicators where to start the action (e.g. click a button) and when the action has completed (e.g. report was printed/shown) and simply measure the time inbetween. My current client does that manually on a per release base and measures ...


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Performance Testing of Desktop applications is oxymoron. Desktop application is used by one, at most two persons at a time. So if generating a report takes 5 seconds it will take 5 seconds no matter how many users are pushing the button. It takes 9 month for a woman to born a baby. 3 women won't produce a baby in 3 month. 0.5 woman won't give you a baby in ...


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I am not sure what performance testing means in you context, but there are several GUI testing tools (you can look at Wikipedias' List of GUI testing tools) that might be used for your purposes. If your application has an API that allows accessing functionality BELOW the GUI than you can use a generic automation framework or even plain programming language ...


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When you test performance of a web application, the important aspect is the server side. You can also improve performance on the client side with tools like pageSpeed or Yslow. When you ask for performance testing tools for windows applications, I think you should see which protocol the application uses to communicate with the server, and look for a ...



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