by bill-s, 2020-10-02T19:14:36.916Z
If you do a search online for WPA, you might find information for protecting your Wi-Fi, but that is a different type of WPA.
In the performance & diagnostics space, WPA stands for Windows Performance Analyzer, a friendly but intricate UI that allows for developers and analysts to deep dive into performance traces captured on Windows. It's great for discovering why CPU utilization is high? How much memory is being used in the system per process? Why does WPA itself use so much memory?