In addition to the new updates to CrystalDiskInfo Portable and CrystalDiskMark Portable, the Sysinternals utilities have now been updated to support Windows on ARM64 as well. This includes: Autoruns Portable, DebugView Portable, Process Explorer Portable, Process Monitor Portable, RAMMap Portable, TCPView Portable, VMMap, WinObj Portable, and ZoomIt Portable. Just as with our 32-bit/64-bit dual mode apps, these apps will now automatically use the appropriate version on each PC including 32-bit, 64-bit and ARM 64-bit for maximum compatibility.
Versions should be optional
I understand the need to use various types of versions based on the operating system in use, but unfortunately in this way the packages really take up too much space (both on PC and USB stick). The PA.c Installer should give the user a choice whether to use all three versions (32bit/64bit, Legacy, ARM) or only a specific one (for example only 32bit/64bit).
System Utilities, Small Install Size
The utilities we're talking about here generally work a bit better natively. And their full install size is very small. Half of the apps listed above are 5MB or less installed, and that's including all 3 versions together. That's why they were specifically updated.
Only Sysinternals apps
So those changes only affect Sysinternals apps. OK, Thank you
Yes, just the Sysinternals apps as well as CrystalDiskInfo (adds under 3MB) and CrystalDiskMark (adds about 1MB). I'm just doing it with things like system apps where it will make sense. I'll likely add some other apps later but not until I determine how they'll be handled. It wouldn't make sense to add them in to larger apps given the very small install base of ARM64 machines.