Publisher description for Inside Microsoft Windows 2000 / David A. Solomon, Mark E. Russinovich.
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This newly updated, official guide to the Microsoft "RM" Windows 2000 core architecture and internals provides the key to help readers unlock the full power of Microsoft's premier operating system. Written in full partnership with the Microsoft Windows 2000 product development team, this book takes developers, technical managers, and IS professionals deep into the core components of Windows 2000. Along the way, it provides abundant information and perspective that readers can quickly apply for better design, debugging, performance, and troubleshooting. It's packed with up-to-the-minute information -- and unrivaled programming insights -- about topics such as Plug and Play, power management, the Windows Driver Model, security, 64-bit extended addressing support, job objects, new priority classes, NTFS extensions, kernel streaming and kernel code, and registry internals. In short, this is the must-have text for anyone who wants to get the most out of Microsoft Windows 2000.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Microsoft Windows (Computer file)
Operating systems (Computers)