Thursday, November 20, 2008

Process Explorer v11.3 now with physical memory history graph

Process Explorer v11.3: This update to Process Explorer includes numerous enhancements and bug fixes, including a physical memory history graph, options to configure memory tray icons, asyncronous thread symbol resolution and security ID lookup, dynamic recognition of new volume drive letters, multiple character matching in the process view, and a smaller memory footprint.

Notice the new tray icon.

Read also the excellent post Pushing the Limits of Windows: Virtual Memory on Mark Russinovich's technical blog for interesting facts about physical memory, address space, virtual memory, committed memory, paging file and more. Learn more about what’s in the task manager or even better the Process Explorer.

Via Sysinternals Site Discussion

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