1. Supports color disassembly.
2. Source code debugging supports syntax coloring.
3. Source code debugging supports collapsing mapping between source code and assembly instructions.
4. Supports dynamic loading and unloading.
5. entire keyboards operations support. (If is doing not have mouse equipment situation all operations all to be allowed to use keyboard to operate)
6. Full mouse action support (if no keyboard is available, all operations can be performed through mouse commands).
7. Commands are Softice-compatible
8. Multi-language support, fully implemented unicode at low level.
9. Supports plug-ins.
10. Supports multi-CPU and Intel Hyper-Threaded processors.
11. Supports startup scripts (similar to batch files).
12. Supports clipboard function, able to copy data from Ring 3 debugger to Ring 0 debugger.
13. Able to work with Softice safely. Softice should be started after Syser. Syser can be removed and even be debugged.
14. Fully supports PDB debugging symbol files.
15. Automatically load drivers to debug.
16. Supports comments adding when debugging.
17. Supports bookmark function.
18. Address navigation is supported in disassembly windows and users can browse different functions quickly by double-clicking.
19. Source code debugging supports quick view of variables and users can view variable types and values by moving cursor over variable names.
20. Syser is the perfect combination of IDA and Softice functions.
21. Supports address cross-reference lists.
22. Supports data reference lists.
23. Supports the advanced processing modes of pointing devices, such as TouchPad, TrackPoint.
24. Supports multiple data windows.
25. Supports multiple code windows to facilitate the browsing of assembly code.
26. Supports run trace mode for ollydbg.
27. The automatic generation and automatic loading of debugging symbol files makes the complex procedure of source code debugging unnecessary. If you are developing and debugging on the same machine and the storage directory of the source code keeps unchanged, you could enter our debugger for source code debugging and assembly debugging simply by right-clicking the executable file you compiled and selecting Debug with Syser from the popup menu.