Procdump v1.1: This release fixes a bug that prevented Procdump from generating full dumps for the /ma switch.
Autoruns v9.52: Autoruns v9.52 fixes some minor bugs including one where Ctrl+C didn’t copy the entire entry to the clipboard.
VMMap v2.2: VMMap v2.2 includes a fix for a bug that prevented VMMap from working on 32-bit Windows XP.
Procmon v2.5: This significant update to Process Monitor adds a number of enhancements, including new by-extension and by-directory views in the File Summary dialog, a new Network Summary view, quick filtering in all the summary views, additional IOCTL and error result decoding, and a number of bug fixes.
Process Monitor is the replacement for Filemon and Regmon and is much more advanced and scalable than its predecessors. We only aim to make Sysinternals tools work on Windows XP and higher, we’ve decided that it’s time to retire these venerable utilities that were born in the early days of Sysinternals (then NTinternals) back in 1996. So that you have a chance to say goodbye, we’re announcing now that they will be removed from the site on September 1.
Mark’s latest installment in his Pushing the Limits of Windows blog series looks at how many processes and threads you can create on Windows and explains what determines the limits.