Provides cross-linked, filtered views into a Windows system. View operating system information, processes, services, users, network interfaces and connections, file shares, printers and more. Get notified of new processes, connections, etc.
Description: The Windows Inspection Tool Set (WiTS) provides cross-linked list and detail views of various components and objects in a Windows system along with tools for managing them. Cross linking of object properties and flexible filtering capabilities facilitate diagnostic and troubleshooting tasks for system administrators, developers and power users.
WiTS supports viewing and monitoring of several different types of objects, such as processes, network connections, users, services, drivers, network shares, printers and more. It also supports basic control operations on these objects such as starting a service, terminating a network connection etc.
Once installed, WiTS is automatically started when the user logs on to the system and can be accessed through the system tray and optionally through hotkeys that provide quick access to views.
The WiTS main window allows access to various views and general tools. It also includes a command line to run external programs as well as internal commands to search and display objects.
WiTS list views show the properties of objects in table form. The views can be customized to show specific properties as well as sorted and filtered to focus on a specific set of objects. Multiple objects may be selected to be the target of an action or tool.
WiTS property page views can be used to see details of a specific object and invoke actions on them.
The WiTS event monitor view tracks and displays various system events such as new processes, user logons, new network connections and more. Events can optionally be logged to a file.
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