DTrace, the troubleshooting tool, for Kernel and User mode is available for Windows 10 2004 (20H1). This framework gives real time look of errors and conditions and ways to debug the system. Dtrace is based on Illumos.
Allowing you to understand the work module of your system it monitors performance problems across multiple layers of software, or determine the cause of aberrant behavior. The tool supports Windows 10 build 19005 or higher.
DTrace for Windows 10 2004
Development of DTrace was started in 2016 on Github later on, Microsoft added support of the framework for Windows 10. OpenDtrace repository holds the codes and files.
Ensure that Windows Insider Program is active on your device using a valid account. If not enabled then navigate to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Insider Program and click on Get started button from the left pane and follow the online instructions.
The framework supports only 64-bit system so confirm this.
To download DTrace go to this page. Once installed Enable the tool on the machine using the bcdedit command in elevated command prompt –
bcdedit /set dtrace ON
Remember that you will require to set dtrace bcdedit option manually after receiving each new build.
To know more about DTrace read – Microsoft Doc.
Source – Walkingcat