My Blog Has Moved

My Blog Has Moved

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My blog has moved to its new home at Microsoft TechNet blogs where you'll find my current post, The Case of the Process Startup Delays.

Originally by Mark Russinovich on 8/31/2006 11:55:00 AM
Migrated from original Sysinternals.com/Blog
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    # re: My Blog Has Moved

    Use HTTP redirection to make everyone's RSS readers (and web browers) automatically go to your new site.

    I've never come across a RSS reader that doesn't handle it beautifully.

    8/31/2006 2:36:00 PM by Alex Holst

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    # re: My Blog Has Moved

    Good luck at your new site (and new job with Microsoft!).

    Take care and thanks for all the work you have done for the community Mark.

    9/16/2006 9:48:00 PM by Justin

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    # re: My Blog Has Moved

    We tend to forget to mention thanks when we use things so much but I've been using your tools for the longest time and want to let you know how much I'm really thankful for your motivation to keep things going....

    Thanks.... AirGap

    9/25/2006 11:17:00 AM by Anonymous

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    # re: My Blog Has Moved

    What I am worried about was first the availability of the tools and source, so this sounds cool. Some other concernsn...

    Microsoft likes more these days to deprecate or forget earlier systems, e.g. newer version of support/reskit/etc tools refusing to execute in earlier versions of the OS, where as your tools pretty much support any Win32 OS.

    Also, I hope that you can have some time to create, work on tools and other exciting things that the community can use.

    9/29/2006 5:07:00 PM by Kerwindre

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    # re: My Blog Has Moved

    What I am worried about was first the availability of the tools and source, so this sounds cool. Some other concernsn...

    Microsoft likes more these days to deprecate or forget earlier systems, e.g. newer version of support/reskit/etc tools refusing to execute in earlier versions of the OS, where as your tools pretty much support any Win32 OS.

    Also, I hope that you can have some time to create, work on tools and other exciting things that the community can use.

    9/29/2006 5:08:00 PM by Kerwindre

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    # re: My Blog Has Moved

    I heard Microsoft would put Defrag Manager and Protection Manager to End of Life. Does anyone knows why that is the case, was Protection Manager a bad idea from start? I was very close to purchase Protection Manager and I strongly believe it is a product that finally could help admins to keep users of laptops a local users instead of local admins. Anyone know equal or better product we could purchase instead. Have used Defrag Manager for years and have been very happy with it, install and forgett.

    10/10/2006 3:05:00 PM by Anonymous