After publishing the PowerToys app in the Microsoft Store for Windows 11, Microsoft brought another set of utilities to its store. This time, users can download the Sysinternals suite as a single application from the Microsoft Store on Windows 11. Also, you can install Sysinternals on Windows 11 using Windows Package Manager or winget.
For those not familiar, Sysinternals is a set of utilities and applications to help developers and IT specialists manage, troubleshoot, and diagnose systems and applications for Windows. Sysinternals includes advanced Task Manager (Process Explorer), improved autorun manager (Autoruns), and other tools. Overall, the suite offers 65 utilities you can now install with a single click in the Microsoft Store on Windows 11.
To get Sysinternals for Windows 11, open this link to the Microsoft Store and install the suite like a regular application. Alternatively, launch Windows Terminal and execute the following command:
winget install sysinternals.
In addition to publishing Sysinterlans in the store, Microsoft released updates for a bunch of tools. New versions received WinObj, Tcpview, Process Monitor, AccessEnum, CacheSet, Contig, Desktops, Disk2vhd, Diskmon, EFSDump, LoadOrder, PsShutdown, PsTools, RegJump, ShareEnum, and SHellRunas. You can learn more about Sysinternals and each utility in the set in the official documentation from Microsoft.
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4 thoughts on “Sysinternals apps are now available on the Microsoft Store”
Unfortunately, installing this “package” does not add a single folder with these tools to the start menu, but throws all the tools separately = the list of programs grows very long. No sense, impractical. It’s a shame, because I like installations from the MS store, because they update themselves (which in the case of Sysinternals happens often) but unfortunately the way of installation making a trash of scattered small applications of the package in the start menu, which disqualifies the form of installation of this package from the MS store.
It’s unbelievable! Seems like a bug.
So true! I uninstalled it straight away.
NirLauncher is another great tool suite. It’s freeware from NirSoft and actually, it has the GUI that Sysinternals is missing.
M$ doesn’t like it and will mark nearly every tool in it as malware but it’s all false and it has a lot of handy stuff Sysinternals does not.