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                       Windows Internals 5th Edition is out. Here is a chance for you to read the entire 5th Chapter which is about  “Processes, Threads, and Jobs,”

I’m proud to announce that Windows Internals, 5th Edition is now available. It’s been a long road, but a writing a book of this scope is an incredibly detailed endeavor. This new edition covers Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 (32-bit and 64-bit) and besides revisions and enhancements to existing content, adds an additional 250 pages, bringing the total page count to over 1200 (25% longer than the previous edition). Besides new experiments highlighting the Sysinternals tools, new topics covered include Hyper-V, the image loader, debugging infrastructure, Kernel Transaction Manager, Code Integrity, Thread Pools, Mandatory Integrity Controls, Windows Driver Framework, and Bitlocker, to name a few.

Mark Russinovich         

Chapter 5, “Processes, Threads, and Jobs,” from Windows Internals, Fifth Edition (Microsoft Press, 2009), by Mark Russinovich and David Solomon with Alex Ionescu, is available, all 116 gloriously detailed pages of it.

 

  • Published June 17, 2009
       
    Author Mark E. Russinovich and David A. Solomon with Alex Ionescu
    Language English
    Length 1264 Pages
       
    ISBN 13 9780735625303
    Technology Windows Server 2008
       
    List Price $ 69.99

 

About The Book

Get the architectural perspectives and inside details you need to understand how Windows operates.
See how the core components of the Windows operating system work behind the scenes—guided by a team of internationally renowned internals experts. Fully updated for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, this classic guide delivers key architectural insights on system design, debugging, performance, and support—along with hands-on experiments to experience Windows internal behavior firsthand. Delve inside Windows architecture and internals:

  • Understand how the core system and management mechanisms work—from the object manager to services to the registry
  • Explore internal system data structures using tools like the kernel debugger
  • Grasp the scheduler’s priority and CPU placement algorithms
  • Go inside the Windows security model to see how it authorizes access to data
  • Understand how Windows manages physical and virtual memory
  • Tour the Windows networking stack from top to bottom—including APIs, protocol drivers, and network adapter drivers
  • Troubleshoot file-system access problems and system boot problems
  • Learn how to analyze crashes
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    Written by judeperera

    September 14, 2009 at 10:38 pm

    Posted in Books

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