Writes Win10 Performance Data to VSA
The procedure will query Windows 10 "WinSAT" results and populate the custom fields with the values.
These WinSAT values are usually populated automatically by Windows periodically, but not always.
If the results show "No XML", you need to run the WinSAT tool on the machine.
This can be done by running "winsat.exe formal" in an elevated command prompt.
This is only supported on Windows 10. If run on an unsupported OS, the custom field will be updated to reflect this.
The results shown are
CPU Score = CPUCompression2Metric (Uses a compression algorithm as a benchmark)
Memory Score = AvgThroughput (Tests manin system RAM. Converted to GB/s using divisor of 1024*1024)
Gaphics Score = DWMFps (Returns Desktop Windows Manager benchmark in Frames/s)
Disk Score = TotalBytesPerSecondMean (Returns system drive benchmark)
Works great on Win 10 (2004)
Consistently fails on line 7. Using Windows 10 (20H2).
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