Category Archives: Book Review

Windows Performance Analysis Field Guide–Book Review

As someone who spends most of his time providing “IT support for IT support” one area I notice many IT people struggle with is performance diagnostics. Tools like Performance Monitor,  XPerf often aren’t utilized at all in the diagnostics process, … Continue reading

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Windows Debugging Notebook–Essential User Space WinDbg Commands (Book Review)

I was excited to receive my fresh copy of the Windows Debugging Notebook today. As someone who spends most of my debugging time in user mode code without source code…any additional ideas for user mode debugging can’t hurt, it’s a … Continue reading

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Windows SysInternals Administrators Reference Review

So as you probably have guessed I’m a big fan of the Windows Internals Series, with versions 4 & 5 having had serious workouts. So with still no Windows Internals 6 on the horizon had to get this as an … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Zero Day by Mark Russinovich

As a long time fan of Mark Russinovich – his brilliant Windows Internals Series, his life saving SysInternals Utilities (esp. ProcMon), always intriguing blog, and numerous high quality technical education videos – it was nice to see him take a … Continue reading

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