Posts Tagged by Microsoft
|13 April 2009||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Process Explorer is a small powerful tool by Sysinternals that allows you to monitor the process that run on your Windows operating system. Process Explorer provides the same simple functionality like Windows Task Manager such as CPU and memory usage of a process or killing an application. What makes Process Explorer a powerful tool is it also provides some advanced functionality compared with Windows Task Manager.
You can use Process Explorer as the Windows Task Manager replacement if your Task Manager is being disabled somehow (by virus, worm, etc). I personally use Process Explorer to help me detects and remove malicious processes. Process Explorer has the built in function to make Process Explorer replaces the default Windows Task Manager. Open Process Explorer, go to Options > Replace Task Manager (1).
Process Explorer can display various information about a running process. For example, in TCP/IP tab of the process properties, we can know what ip the process is connected to. These informations can be useful if you are trying to diagnose an unknown process.
|6 June 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
This simple tips will show you on how to manually download updates and patches for Windows.
First method: AutoPatcher
|8 March 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
I’ve successfully installed Release to Manufacturing (RTM) version of Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista. This version will be the exact same version which will appear in March final version. The installation of the service pack took about 1 hour. During the installation process, Windows restarted for quite a few times (3 times I think, and I still don’t understand why it needs so much restart).
|6 March 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Singularity has recently released as open source by Microsoft, and now available for public download. Singularity is a command line interface operating system. Singularity might be the basis for the future of Windows, or maybe simply an experiment to demonstrate .NET’s capabilities.
The project is available on CodePlex. Singularity project has gained wide interest from researchers. Singularity Research Development Kit (RDK) is available for download in 61MB size.
|5 March 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Here are the list of new features that we can expect to see in Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1: