Posts under Sysinternals tag.

Physical Memory Limits in Crash Dump files for Windows 10

This post has a quick look at Physical Memory Limits in Crash Dump files for Windows 10/8/7 and using the Sysinternals tool RamMap, which can be used to determine the number of physical memory ranges on a system. Physical Memory […]

Sysinternals Sysmon for Windows: Monitor Windows System Health

Microsoft offers a plethora of useful tool for end users that can be used to tweak, play, troubleshoot, diagnose, secure or do anything with the Windows operating system. Sysinternals System Monitor (Sysmon), is one such newly released tool designed for […]

Create Virtual Desktops in Windows with Sysinternals Desktops

One feature of Linux that you may have liked that is you can switch between different virtual desktops. You can do so for Windows by using a free program named ‘Desktops’. Desktops from SysInternals, creates four virtual desktops. Plus you […]

Designer Blue Screens for your Windows

Whats a Blue Screen if it isn’t blue in color…right!? A blue screen that’s not blue can definitely be disconcerting for anyone. Mark Russinovich has described how to use local kernel debugging to change the colors of the Windows crash […]

Install SysInternals Suite using PowerShell INF Script

This PowerShell Script will help you in installing SysInternals Suite. This script was created by Michael Murgolo (Senior Consultant, Microsoft Services) with his TechNet publication on “New Elevation PowerToys for Windows Vista”  He has released few updated scripts for this […]