Windows Sysinternals now offers refreshes for no less than three of the components packed into the suite: ZoomIt, Process Explorer and ProcDump have been updated with the new versions available for download, either as standalone tools or as part of the suite.
- ZoomIt v4.2: This update to ZoomIt, a screen magnification and annotation utility, now adjusts the drawing pen size when you enter drawing mode from live zoom to match the static zoom pen size.
- Process Explorer v14.11 includes the ability to configure network and disk activity icons in the tray.
- ProcDump v3.04: This update to ProcDump’s miniplus dump type (-mp) includes heuristics that include thread stack memory.
Along with the Windows Sysinternals component refresh, Seng also announced an upcoming event featuring none other than Microsoft Windows Azure Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich.
Zero Day Malware Cleaning with the Sysinternals Tools will be hosted by Russinovich on July 23, 2011 in Bellevue, WA, but those that cannot attend the event live will still be able to join in via webcast.
[Via: Sysinternals Site Discussion]