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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Updates: Autoruns v9.4, BgInfo v4.15, ZoomIt v3.03 | New Mark’s Blog post: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Paged and Nonpaged Pool

Autoruns v9.4: This Autoruns update shows manual start Windows services, fixes a bug that affected the display of autostart locations that could include multiple startup registrations, and fixes a bug in the Jump To functionality on 64-bit Windows. BgInfo v4.15: Bginfo now supports access to 64-bit registry keys in custom fields, fixes a bug with…

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Updates: Process Explorer v11.3, Handle v3.42 | A new Mark’s blog post | 2 New Mark’s webcasts: Case of the Unexplained and Inside Windows Server 2008 R2 Virtualization and VHD Improvements

Process Explorer v11.3: This update to Process Explorer includes numerous enhancements and bug fixes, including a physical memory history graph, options to configure memory tray icons, asyncronous thread symbol resolution and security ID lookup, dynamic recognition of new volume drive letters, multiple character matching in the process view, and a smaller memory footprint. Handle v3.42:…

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Updates: Process Monitor v2.0, ZoomIt v2.11, Sigcheck v1.54, Contig v1.55 | A new Mark’s Blog post: The Case of the Sloooow System | New Vista Springboard webcast

Process Monitor v2.0: This major update to Process Monitor adds real-time TCP and UDP monitoring to its existing process, thread, DLL, file system and registry monitoring. You can now see the TCP and UDP activity processes performed, including the operation (e.g. connect, send, receive), local and remote IP addresses and DNS names, and operation transfer…

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Updates: Autoruns v9.31; A new blog post from Mark and blog post from Solution Accelerators on using AccessChk

Autoruns v9.31: This release fixes a bug displaying missing images that reference paths with spaces, adds support for Sidebar Gadgets on 64-bit Windows, and correctly handles 64-bit paths that reference the program files directory. Mark’s Blog: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Physical Memory – Mark starts a new blog article series with a look at…

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