As you know, GDI stands for Graphical Device Interface, and it's the part of Windows that represent graphical objects and makes it possible to send images to devices like screens and printers. NirSoft's GDIView is a free, portable tool that displays all your system's GDI handles: things like bitmaps, pens, brushes, fonts, and other graphical elements. It extracts a lot of useful information about each, such as Process name, DC (Device Context) and individual and total GDI counts. With a customizable view and column headers, it can create a variety of HTML reports.
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