Friday, August 13, 2010 2:47 PM
Batch Script to Auto Update Sysinternals Tools
While the Microsoft Sysinternals tools are incredibly powerful and
useful, the one feature they lack is the ability to check for new
versions. Currently, you have to periodically check the Sysinternals
site and compare versions between your system and the most recent
official release in order to stay up to date.
As a better solution, Jason Faulkner have created a batch script
which will automatically update the Sysinternals tools you have on your
system. All you have to do is put the batch script file into the
folder where your Sysinternals tools are located and the script does
the rest, no configuration is needed.
Check it there