Sysinternals Suite comes to the Microsoft Store

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25 years ago, Mark Russinovich started Sysinternals (or more precisely NTinternals at first), a set of 3rd party tools that became essential for anyone needing to dive deeper into the inner (and sometimes undocumented) workings of Windows. For a time, Microsoft wasn’t all too happy with Russinovich’s ability to pull back the curtains on Windows, but they eventually bought Winternals in 2006, and put him to work on Windows while allowing Sysinternals to remain available.

Russinovich has since moved up in the company (he’s now Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft Azure), but Sysinternals is still alive and well, and today during a 25th anniversary celebration, he announced that the Sysinternals Suite is now available in the Microsoft Store.

If you find yourself needing tools like Process Explorer, DiskMon, PsExec, or Hex2dec, or even less deep diving tools like Zoomit, help celebrate Sysinternals’ 25th anniversary and download the suite of tools

And that’s not all, Russinovich also announced that SysMon, one of the most popular tools, is now available for Linux:

Are you a Sysinternals user? Let us know in the comments below.

Sysinternals Suite
Sysinternals Suite