Windows Internals 6th Edition Part 2 Published, and Mark Talks Sysinternals History on Defrag Tools

Windows Internals 6th Edition, Part 2 Published: Part 2 of Windows Internals 6th Edition, is now available. The 6th edition covers kernel and system changes in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 and adds 250 pages of expanded feature coverage and hand-on experiments. Mark Talks Sysinternals History on Defrag Tools: Defrag Tools, a Channel…

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Updates: Autoruns v 11.3, LiveKd v 5.2, Strings v 2.5 and Trojan Horse, Mark's sequel to Zero Day, available for pre-order

Autoruns v11.3: This update to Autoruns, a utility that shows the executables, drivers, and DLLs configured to autostart, adds several new autostart locations, sets a file association for its log file extension, reports the target of Rundll32 and other host executables, and fixes several bugs. LiveKd v5.2: LiveKd, a command-line utility for performing live read-only…

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Updates: ProcDump v4.0, Process Monitor v2.96, Process Explorer v15.02, Mark’s Blog: The Case of the Hung Game Launcher, and Zero Day Malware Cleaning with the Sysinternals Tools

ProcDump v4.0: This update for ProcDump, a trigger-based process dump capture utility, enables you to control the contents of the dump with your own minidump callback DLL and adds a new switch, -w, that has ProcDump wait for a specified process to start. Process Monitor v2.96: This release changes the appearance of its tooltips to…

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Updates: ZoomIt v4.2, Process Explorer v14.11, and ProcDump v3.04

ZoomIt v4.2: This update to ZoomIt, a screen magnification and annotation utility, now adjusts the drawing pen size when you enter drawing mode from live zoom to match the static zoom pen size. Process Explorer v14.11: Process Explorer v14.11 includes the ability to configure network and disk activity icons in the tray. ProcDump v3.04: This update…

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Mark’s Tech·Ed North America Session Schedule Posted

Mark’s Tech·Ed North America Session Schedule Posted: Mark is delivering four sessions at Tech·Ed North America in Atlanta next month, including one on Windows Azure internals, a two-part advanced session on Windows memory management internals, and a closing session that’s a new delivery of his always popular Case of the Unexplained troubleshooting talk.

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Announcing Zero Day: A Novel by Mark Russinovich

Announcing Zero Day: A Novel: Mark’s first novel, Zero Day, is a cyberthriller that presents a frightening and realistic scenario of malware used as a powerful weapon. In the words of Bill Gates, “Mark came to Microsoft in 2006 to help advance the state of the art of Windows, now in his latest compelling creation…

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New Video: Mark Russinovich Interviewed on Channel 9

Mark Interviewed on Channel 9: Check out Mark’s recent Channel 9 interview where he talks about Windows Azure as a “cloud operating system”, the Fabric Controller’s role as the cloud OS’s kernel, the future of Platform as a Service (PaaS), and what’s happening with Sysinternals.

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Mark's presentations from the 2010 Professional Developer's Conference and an interview with Mary-Jo Foley

Mysteries of Windows Memory Management, Part 1 Mysteries of Windows Memory Management, Part 2 If you want to know the difference between System Committed memory and Process Committed memory, wondered what all those memory numbers shown by Task Manager really mean, or want to gain insight into the memory-related impact of a process, then this talk…

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Watch Mark Live from the PDC on October 28/29

Watch Mark Live from the PDC on October 28/29 Mark is participating in the keynote and delivering three breakout sessions at the Microsoft Professional Developer’s Conference (PDC) on Microsoft’s campus next week. Tune in live via hi-definition Silverlight streaming to the keynote on Thursday morning from 9-11 PST where Mark will be demoing new features…

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Paul Thurrott Interviews Mark on Windows 7, New Mark's blog post - Case of the Slow Logon on , and Process Explorer is cited as PC World Magazine's top Windows tips

Paul Thurrott Interviews Mark on Windows 7 Development: Check out Mark’s interview with Windows IT Pro Magazine columnist Paul Thurrott, where he discusses some of the thinking behind Windows 7. Mark’s Blog: Case of the Slow Logon: Mark’s latest blog post documents a troubleshooting case that highlights the use of PsExec to monitor the logoff…

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