Posted by: Nathan Simon
Active Directory editor, measuring the memory usage of applications, memory analysis, microsoft, systinternals, teched, TechEd US 2010, Windows, Windows 7, Windows Vista
One of my all time favorite application suites is Sysinternals. Here is what’s been updated in the recent past.
Mark’s TechEd Talks Available
Mark delivered four top-rated, top-attended sessions at TechEd US 2010 in New Orleans and they, along with all the TechEd sessions, are available for free on-demand viewing. Mark’s are Case of the Unexplained 2010, Pushing the Limits of Windows, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008R2 Kernel Changes, and a talk he co-presented with Mark Minasi, The Secrets of Effective Technical Talks.
This update to RAMMap, a memory analysis utility for Windows Vista and Windows 7, adds the ability to purge working sets and memory manager paging lists. This can be useful for measuring the memory usage of applications after they’ve started or when specific features are exercised.
AD Explorer v1.4
ADExplorer, an Active Directory editor, now shows all of a directory’s naming contexts and works with Lightweight Directory Services directories.
Check out the site here.