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    Sysinternals: an underappreciated utility suite




    INSIDER TRICKS

    Sysinternals: an underappreciated utility suite


    By Lincoln Spector

    Digging down into the heart of Windows is rarely fun (for most of us) but sometimes necessary. As with any excavation job, success comes down to having the right shovel. Luckily, Microsoft's Windows Sysinternals provides you with about 140 different shovels all free and portable.

    The full text of this column is posted at WindowsSecrets.com/insider-tricks/sysinternals-an-underappreciated-utility-suite/ (opens in a new window/tab).

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    The utilities sound interesting but when I try to run them, a small window blinks open and then disappears. I try running them as Administrator with same results. I have Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit). Consistent with my overall experience with Microsoft for the past 25 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heritage View Post
    The utilities sound interesting but when I try to run them, a small window blinks open and then disappears. I try running them as Administrator with same results. I have Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit). Consistent with my overall experience with Microsoft for the past 25 years.
    Try asking your question in the Windows 7 or Other Applications forum.

    Joe

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    Great set of utilities! I have used them for years.
    A useful utility to easily keep Sysinternals updated is Sysinternals Updater, which can be found here: http://www.wieldraaijer.nl/

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