Graphics Performance Analyzers

Getting Started with Graphics Performance Analyzers 2015 R1 for Ubuntu* Host

Graphics Performance Analyzers provide a solution for graphics analysis and optimization that can help you improve the performance of games and other graphics-intensive applications developed for Windows* OS or Android*. Use these tools for collecting performance data to quickly identify performance opportunities in your application.

Graphics Performance Analyzers: Analyzing Windows* Applications Running on 32-bit Target Systems

Graphics Performance Analyzers are tools for graphics analysis and optimization that can help you make games and other graphics-intensive applications run even faster. In general, direct installation of Graphics Performance Analyzers on 32-bit Windows* systems is not supported. However, if you need to analyze an application on a 32-bit Windows* target system, you can use the following workaround:

  • Sviluppatori
  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
  • Sviluppo di videogame
  • Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (INDE)
  • Graphics Performance Analyzers
  • Sviluppo di videogame
  • Grafica

    This probably is not the right place to post this, but whatever. I have run out of places to turn to find a software engineer, for an interview i need to conduct for an engineering course at my school. If anybody here is willing to take a few minutes out of your day to help me, it would be much appreciated 

    HAXM installation failed !


    I'm trying to install Intel HAXM . However, during installation, I get an error saying that VT-x is not enabled.

    The Intel VT-x is supported by my computer’s processor and I go into system BIOS and find VT-x enabled !!

    I don't know what is the problem?!! Why this error occurs ?

    My OS is windows 8.

    Thank you..

    Developing / Debugging Android apps on the Dell Venue 8-7000

    I just got my hands on a the Venue 8-7000 and I was a little surprised to discover there weren't any development drivers available for Windows 8.x.

    After some digging/experimenting I managed to get it working.  It required getting the hardware IDs via the device manager and manually adding the fields to the Google USB Drivers.

    Full write-up is on my blog here: 

    HaxLogs.txt in root directory


    I couldn't find a way to install the HAXM Intel Emulator Accelerator on Windows 7 (86x64) with the log files properly contained in a user directory. For example, there is a HaxLogs.txt file in the root directory!

    Since it's quite messy, could you please let me know how to fix this?

    Latest version I tried was 5.2.



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