Updates: Autoruns v9.4, BgInfo v4.15, ZoomIt v3.03 | New Mark's Blog post: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Paged and Nonpaged Pool
Autoruns v9.4: This Autoruns update shows manual start Windows services, fixes a bug that affected the display of autostart locations that could include multiple startup registrations, and fixes a bug in the Jump To functionality on 64-bit Windows.
BgInfo v4.15: Bginfo now supports access to 64-bit registry keys in custom fields, fixes a bug with oversized wallpaper on multiple monitor configurations, and sets its default output directory to %TEMP%.
ZoomIt v3.03: Fixes a GDI handle leak that could cause Zoomit’s drawing functionality to eventually stop working.
Mark’s Blog: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Paged and Nonpaged Pool - Check out Mark’s latest entry in his Pushing the Limits of Windows series, where he describes the role of the kernel’s paged and nonpaged pool resources, their limits, how the system behaves when they run out, and how to track down a driver that’s leaking pool.
Published Monday, March 30, 2009 6:14 PM by curtismetz