Updates: Process Explorer v11.3, Handle v3.42 | A new Mark's blog post | 2 New Mark's webcasts: Case of the Unexplained and Inside Windows Server 2008 R2 Virtualization and VHD Improvements
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.
Handle v3.42: This Handle update fixes a rare bug that could cause it to reference the wrong handle during a name lookup.
Mark's Webcasts: The Case of the Unexplained 2008 and Server 2008 R2 Virtualization and VHD Improvements: Mark's talks from TechEd EMEA are now posted, including an all new Case of the Unexplained that shows off how to troubleshoot with the Sysinternals tools, and Inside Windows Server 2008 R2 Virtualization and VHD Improvements that includes a demo of the new Windows native BHD and boot-from-VHD support.
Mark's Blog: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Virtual Memory: Check out Mark's latest blog post on virtual-memory-related limits in Windows, that includes information on how to track down virtual memory hogs and how to size the paging file.