Updates: Zoomit 4.0, procdump v1.2

ZoomIt v4.0: In addition to minor bug fixes, this update to ZoomIt, a screen magnification and annotation tool, has significant improvements to the live zoom functionality that’s available on Vista and Windows 7. For example, it removes the shadow mouse, it uses a better mouse tracking algorithm and on Windows 7 it adds zoom-in and…

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Updates: Autoruns v9.52, VMMap v2.2, procdump v1.1, procmon v2.5 | Marks Blog: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Processes and Threads

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…

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New Tool: ProcDump v1.0 | Updates: Autoruns v9.51, VMMap v2.1, PsExec v1.96 | Book released: Windows Internals 5th Edition Released!| Webcast: Case of the Unexplained 2009

Windows Internals 5th Edition Released! The 5th Edition of Windows Internals, the official book on the architecture and internals of the Windows operating system, is now available. This release is 25% larger than the 4th Edition and is updated to cover Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Visit the official book page and watch Mark…

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Mark’s latest TechNet Magazine article: Inside Windows 7 User Account Control

Inside Windows 7 User Account Control  Check out Mark’s latest TechNet Magazine article where he goes inside the changes in Windows 7’s implementation of UAC, including the two new UAC modes and how certain Windows images are automatically elevated to administrative rights in the default mode.

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Updates: VMMap v2.0, ClockRes v2.0

VMMap v2.0: VMMap now breaks out information on memory used by the .NET CLR, enabling detailed memory analysis of managed applications.   ClockRes v2.0: This update to Clockres, a system utility that reports the frequency of the system clock, now shows the upper and lower resolution of the system clock.

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