Microsoft to Launch Linux Version of Sysinternals

Microsoft has started work on a Linux version of Sysinternals, with one integrated application already available for Linux developers on GitHub.

Microsoft’s focus on the Linux world has increased substantially in the last couple of years, and the software giant has totally embraced the world which was previously considered forbidden territory for anything Microsoft.

The Windows Subsystem for Linux, which allows developers to run Linux on top of Windows 10, is living proof that the company wants to bring together the two ecosystems. And the next step towards this purpose appears to be launching a Linux version of Sysinternals.

The company’s developers have already started working on bringing ProcDump to Linux, and developers can give it a try right now using the package available on GitHub.

“ProcDump is a Linux reimagining of the classic ProcDump tool from the Sysinternals suite of tools for Windows. Pr... (read more)

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