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November 10, 2006

Sysinternals tools move to new Microsoft home

Posted by David Hunter at 8:44 AM ET.

When Microsoft acquired Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell’s Winternals Software in July, they also got a collection of very useful free tools that had been available for download at Sysinternals.com. The good news for all the devoted users of these tools is that Microsoft is continuing to make them available for free and that they are now available on Microsoft’s TechNet site under the moniker, Windows Sysinternals. And yes, they even have the infamous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) screen saver. Robert McMillan interviews Russinovich and has more details at PC World.



Filed under Acquisitions, Microsoft

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One Response to “Sysinternals tools move to new Microsoft home”

  1. Microsoft offers Sysinternals utilities Live | Microsoft News Tracker Says:

    [...] Ed Bott breaks the news that the Sysinternals utilities which Microsoft acquired with the Winternals Software company back in 2006 and continued to make available for free are now available in "Live" form. This means that you can execute them directly from the Internet without going through a download and installation: Simply enter a tool’s Sysinternals Live path into Windows Explorer or a command prompt as \live.sysinternals.comtools<toolname> or view the entire Sysinternals Live tools directory in a browser at http://live.sysinternals.com [and click on the link for the utility you want]. [...]

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