Sysinternals Suite is a collection of Sysinternals utilities that includes Process Explorer, Process Monitor, Sysmon, Autoruns, ProcDump, and all of the PsTools, among others. Windows Sysinternals Suite includes a wide range of technical resources and utilities for advanced administration, management, diagnosis, troubleshooting, and monitoring of a Microsoft Windows environment. Apps from Sysinternals can now be updated automatically via the Microsoft Store. You can see other related guides on How to install Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) in Windows 11, and How to install Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 11 via the Command line, and Microsoft Store.
As new versions of individual utilities are released, Microsoft will repackage them into the Sysinternals Suite, and the apps will be automatically updated through the Microsoft Store. Here is a guide on how to upgrade Windows 10 with an unsupported CPU and TPM 1.0 to Windows 11.
Sysinternals utilities can be downloaded individually or as part of an all-in-one package called Sysinternals Suite from the Sysinternals website. In this guide, we will walk you through how to install the Sysinternals Suites right from the Microsoft Store. Please see how some of the great tools in Sysinternals are used: AD Explorer from SysInternals: How to use Active Directory Explorer, How to use the Process Explorer from SysInternals Tools, How to use SysInternals Live Tools, and Detect registry keys: Process Monitor using Sysinternals Tools.
How to Install SysInternals Suite from Microsoft Store
Let’s go over how to get the SysInternals suite from the Microsoft Store. To open the Windows Microsoft Store, simply click the app icon on the taskbar of the windows.
Alternatively, you can run the Windows Microsoft Store by opening the Start menu and searching for Microsoft Store.
Login to Windows Microsoft Store. If you already have your email address linked to your Windows account, you will be automatically logged into the Microsoft store. In the search box, type SysInternals suite and press Enter.
Select SysInternals Suite from app read and click Get.
Wait for some time to complete the download and installation process for SysInternals suite.
To see the newly installed apps, open the Start Menu, at the top-right corner click on “All apps”
Scroll down to the Sysinternals folder and click on the folder to see the list of apps in it.
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