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Yesterday I updated GetSysinternals to version 1.2. The only change is updated tools list.

Download:

Changes:

New tools:

Renamed tools ("NT" was removed)

  • ProcessExplorer.zip
  • Portmon.zip
  • DebugView.zip
  • RegMon.zip

These are gone:

  • CpuMon.zip
  • Fat32.exe
  • Frob.zip
  • Fundelete.exe
  • NtfsChk.exe
  • NtfsDos.zipĀ 
  • NtfsDosProfessional.exe
  • NtfsFlp.zip
  • PMon.zip
  • PsExec.zip
  • PsFile.zip
  • PsInfo.zip
  • PsKill.zip
  • PsList.zip
  • PsLoggedOn.zip
  • PsLogList.zip
  • PsService.zip
  • PsSuspend.zip
  • RemoteRecover.exe
  • TdiMonNT.zip
  • Tokenmon.zip

Please note, that all Ps*.zip tools are still available as PsTools.zip. Only separate downloads are gone.

Posted on Saturday, May 19, 2007 11:38 AM | Filed under: Software System Developement |

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# re: GetSysinternals 1.2 5/22/2007 10:01 AM GregorS
Works like a charm! And I also checked if the tools are updated on sysinternals.com site as soon as they are updated on microsoft.com/sysinternals. The latest tool published on microsoft.com/sysinternals was Zoomit and identical version can also be found on sysinternals.com. I wonder how long this "friendship" will last. ;-)

# re: GetSysinternals 1.2 11/5/2009 11:00 PM Rob Beale
I'm curious... do all of the SysInternal programs execute form the CMD-LINE? If so me thinks it will behoove me to create a DOS style "chuz'em" menu (by number and name) to make things a little easier. I'd appreciate your coaching and an answer to my query :-)
Thanks,
Rob
PS I LUV THIS SITE... IT'S SO CHOCK FULL OF INFORMATION. You've answered questions I hadn't thought of yet. Kudos and Thanks

# re: GetSysinternals 1.2 11/6/2009 10:12 AM David
No, some of the apps are command line, but most are regular Windows apps. For example Process Explorer.

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