Mark’s Blog: The Case of the Temporary Registry Profiles
: In the latest post in Mark’s “Case of the Unexplained” series, he documents a perplexing case affecting many Microsoft and Citrix customers that Microsoft Customer Support Services solved with the use of Process Monitor’s boot logging and stack trace features.
Windows Internals Sample Chapter: Processes, Threads and Jobs
: Learn the difference between a process and a thread, how Windows schedules threads, and how Job objects encapsulate groups of processes in the full processes, threads and jobs chapter from Windows Internals, 5
Edition, now available for free download.
This update fixes a bug that could cause the file open and save dialogs to not work on 64-bit Windows.
This fixes a bug that could result in Procdump reporting negative CPU usage.
Process Monitor v2.6:
Version 2.6 no longer requires the symbol engine to be configured on systems on which a trace is collected (only on the viewing system) and fixes a bug that could cause the desktop to stop updating when thread profiling is enabled on Windows 7.