The wonderful Sysinternals tools have been updated. Here’s what’s new.
Coreinfo v3: Coreinfo is a command-line utility that reports detailed information about processor cores and topology, including cache sizes, core-to-socket mappings and NUMA memory latencies. It now shows the processor features supported by the system’s processors. For example, Coreinfo will show if the processor supports hardware-assisted virtualization and advanced virtualization features like Second Level Address Translation.
DebugView v4.77: This update to DebugView, a graphic debug output monitor useful for application and device driver development, adds a command-line switch to enable or disable kernel-mode capture, a switch to enable millisecond clock display, and a number of bug fixes.
SDelete v1.6: SDelete, a command-line utility for securely deleting files and zeroing volume free space, fixes a bug that prevented it from accessing some files on 64-bit Windows and swaps the zero-free-space and clean-free-space arguments to make them more intuitive.
Process Explorer v15.04: This release fixes several minor bugs, including a tooltip display bug and one that could result in a miscalculation of CPU usage on Windows 7 in the refresh immediately following the termination of a CPU-intensive process.
- Sysinternals Tools updated – Process Explorer just got a little TS friendlier
- Sysinternals Tools Updated: ProcMon 3.0 released
- Thincomputing.net Tools – the Cloud Edition (free!)
- VMware ThinApp 4.6.2
- Adding Shell Extensions to App-V Packages