From ZoomIt v5.0, RDCMan v2.90, Autoruns, ProcMon, TCPView, VMMap, Sysmon and WinObj
ZoomIt, a screen zoom and annotation tool, now supports Windows 11 and antialiased line drawing. Note that under Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 some UI elements might not react to mouse clicks when zoomed. The temporary workaround until a future Windows update is to store the ZoomIt executable under the Windows or the Program Files directories.
RDCMan, a tool for managing and connecting to Remote Desktop sessions, receives support for Restricted Admin (/restrictedAdmin from mstsc) and Remote Credential Guard (/remoteGuard from mstsc) and bug fixes.
This Autoruns update fixes a series of application crashes, now correctly parses paths with spaces passed as command line arguments and improves .arn import functionality.
Process Monitor v3.88
This Process Monitor update mitigates a rare program crash condition.
This TCPView update fixes a crash related to filtering by TCP version.
VMMap, a tool that reports the virtual memory layout of a process, now supports Windows 11.
This Sysmon update fixes a conflict with FileDelete and FileDeleteDetected events in the same config.
This WinObj update makes the behavior of the object tree control more consistent with Windows when handling right clicks.