Windows Sysinternals has announced updates for six of its freeware tech tools.
Autoruns 13.5 gains a right-click option which enables startup programs to be resubmitted to VirusTotal for a new scan.
There’s more detail in the Office tab, too, with 32-bit Office addins and font drivers now appearing in the startup list.
SigCheck 2.30’s extra support for MUI (internationalization) strings should ensure more accurate reporting of version data.
The program also provides extra information on signed files, and has updated object IDs for Windows 10 certificates.
Memory information tool RAMMap 1.4 is now officially Windows 10-compatible.
Active Directory monitor ADInsight 1.2 finally has support for 64-bit Windows.
As usual, there’s an assortment of bug fixes, in particular squashing a potentially nasty memory leak in Sysmon 3.11.
Please note, as we write some of Sysinternal’s download links still lead to the older version. Presumably they’ll be updated soon, but check the version of anything you download, and try again later if it’s still the previous build.