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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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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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 Demos Windows 7 and MDOP IT Pro Features at TechEd Keynote

Mark Demos Windows 7 and MDOP IT Pro Features at TechEd Keynote: Mark has spoken at every US TechEd since 2001, but this the first time he’s been in the keynote. Bill Veghte talks about Windows 7 client features, Iain McDonald shows off virtualization advances in Windows Server 2008 R2, and Mark demos Powershell v2,…

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Mark's Webcasts: Mark Russinovich goes Inside Windows 7

Channel9: Mark Russinovich goes Inside Windows 7: Mark talks about kernel changes in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, including the removal of the scheduler’s dispatcher lock, support for up to 256 CPUs, boot from VHD, MinWin, core parking for power savings and more.

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Mark's Webcasts: Windows Security Boundries

Windows Security Boundries: Mark’s session from TechEd US on what constitutes a security boundary is now available for on-demand viewing. Get the real story on Windows security-related features like Kernel Patch Protection (KPP), Kernel Mode Code Integrity, User sessions, UAC, Protected Mode IE, and more, to find out how they work, what they were designed…

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Updates: ZoomIt v1.8, Inside Windows Server 2008 article, and a new webcast on deploying Windows Vista

ZoomIt v1.8: This update to the popular screen magnifier and annotation presentation tool adds support for undo while drawing and resizable text fonts. Inside Windows Server 2008 Kernel Changes: Mark goes deep inside the Server 2008 kernel to describe enhancements to memory management and I/O processing, as well as how Server 2008 implements new features…

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