SysInternals TechCenter Launched


I've been curious to see what would happen with all the sysinternals stuff since coming to Microsoft - after only a brief stint in limbo the sysinternals techcenter has been launched.  There are 3 sites and some updated (and one new) tools that are part of the offering, and some content from an internal email making the announcement...

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals - the techcenter
http://blogs.technet.com/markrussinovich - Mark's blog
http://blogs.technet.com/sysinternals - the sysinternals discussion space

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Mark Russinovich updated the following utilities for the launch of the new TechCenter:

Process Monitor v1.0 (New)

We’re excited to announce the release of Process Monitor, a system monitoring tool that not only replaces Regmon and FileMon by including file system and registry monitoring, but adds process, thread, and DLL monitoring as well as advanced filtering, event information, and basic data mining capabilities.

DebugView v4.63

This DebugView update supports Windows Vista, including Windows Vista 64-bit for x64.

Streams v1.53

Streams v1.53 includes a minor security change in the way that it opens files that allows it to access more files.

FileMon v7.04

Regmon v7.04

These updates reflect minor bug fixes.

PsTools v2.4

PsShutdown includes a bug fix for the –t switch (revved to 2.51) and PsGetSid no longer uses a service to query the local system SID.

Autoruns v8.54

This release fixes bugs in path parsing and 32-bit path resolution on 64-bit systems and adds support for Local Security Authority security providers.

Process Explorer v10.21

This Process Explorer release fixes a bug in 32-bit path resolution on 64-bit systems and changes the threads tab to asynchronously populate its thread list.

Ctrl2cap

Ctrl2cap now works on 64-bit Windows Vista for x64.

(And no, I didn't put that graphic together.)

Comments (2)
  1. matt says:

    Great news.

    Now how about telling them to fix the JavaScript error in the page. Why don’t developers use the “display a notification about every script errror” setting when developing? It makes no sense to me.

  2. Hi Matt,

    That’s a huge beef of mine as well.  In this case, I’m not seeing any errors.  Which page are you seeing it on?  Browser?

    I personally don’t turn it on because it comes up too often and is very seldom something I can do anything about; but I am not a web developer at the moment.

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