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Windows Inspection Tool Set

Provides cross-linked, filtered views of a running system

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The Windows Inspection Tool Set (WiTS) slices Windows multiple ways providing you with cross-linked, customizable, filtered views into a running Windows system. Monitor processes, services, connections, shares and more.

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  • List and detail views of various subsystems in a running Windows system
  • Monitoring of system events with optional logging to a file
  • Customizable list views with user defined filters and sorting modes
  • Multiple display modes with change highlighting
  • Hyper linking of displayed information to allow easy navigation between system objects
  • Detail views for processes, services, CPU's, modules, drivers, network connections and interfaces, disks, shares, users, groups, logon sessions and the windows event log.
  • Monitored system events include process starts, network connections, system resources and more
  • User definable hotkeys
  • Tcl shell for command line mode
  • Supports all Windows version since XP SP2
  • 32- and 64-bit versions


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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Quality Engineers, System Administrators

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Win32 (MS Windows)

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