1. Windows Task Manager: Windows Task Manager is a built-in tool that you can use to monitor performance on your PC. It allows you to view CPU, memory, disk and network utilization.
2. System information tools: There are a number of third-party tools available that provide detailed system information like what kind of hardware you have, driver version information, temperature readings and more. Examples of these tools include Speccy, HWMonitor and SpeedFan.
3. Performance monitor: Performance monitor is a graphical tool within the Windows operating system that helps you monitor the performance of your PC. You can use it to monitor the performance of specific processes and services, as well as create reports about your system.
4. Benchmarking tools: Benchmarking tools measure the performance of various components of your PC by running certain tests. Examples of benchmarking tools include 3DMark, Cinebench, PassMark Performance Test and Unigine Heaven.