The Sysinternals web site was created in 1996 by Mark Russinovich to host his advanced system utilities and technical information. Whether you’re an IT Pro or a developer, you’ll find Sysinternals utilities to help you manage, troubleshoot and diagnose your Windows and Linux systems and applications.
- Read the official guide to the Sysinternals tools, Troubleshooting with the Windows Sysinternals Tools
- Read the Sysinternals Blog for a detailed change feed of tool updates
- Watch Mark's Sysinternals Update videos on YouTube
- Watch Mark’s top-rated Case-of-the-Unexplained troubleshooting presentations and other webcasts
- Read Mark’s Blog which highlight use of the tools to solve real problems
- Check out the Sysinternals Learning Resources page
- Post your questions in the Sysinternals Forum
Sysinternals Live is a service that enables you to execute Sysinternals tools directly from the Web without hunting for and manually downloading them. Simply enter a tool's Sysinternals Live path into Windows Explorer or a command prompt as live.sysinternals.com/<toolname> or \\live.sysinternals.com\tools\<toolname>.
You can view the entire Sysinternals Live tools directory in a browser at https://live.sysinternals.com/.
What's New (May 24, 2023)
- ZoomIt v7.0
This update to ZoomIt, a screen magnification and annotation tool, adds the ability to screen record cropped regions or a specific window, and lets you snip regions of the screen or zoomed views to the clipboard or to a file in a single gesture.
What's New (March 9, 2023)
- Sysmon 1.1 for Linux
This update to Sysmon for Linux, an advanced host monitoring tool, adds support for a wider range of distributions (e.g., RHEL) by leveraging BTF enabled kernels.
What's New (December 12, 2022)
- ProcDump 1.4 for Linux
This update to ProcDump for Linux adds the capability to generate dumps when specified exceptions occur in a .NET process.