Windows Internals, Part 1 : System architecture, processes, threads, memory management, and more
Delve inside Windows architecture and internals, and see how core components work behind the scenes. Led by a team of internals experts, this classic guide has been fully updated for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.
Whether you are a developer or an IT professional, you'll get critical, insider perspectives on how Windows operates. And through hands-on experiments, you'll experience its internal behavior firsthand-knowledge you can apply to improve application design, debugging, system performance, and support.
This book will help you:
* Understand the Window system architecture and its most important entities, such as processes and threads
* Examine how processes manage resources and threads scheduled for execution inside processes
* Observe how Windows manages virtual and physical memory
* Dig into the Windows I/O system and see how device drivers work and integrate with the rest of the system
* Go inside the Windows security model to see how it manages access, auditing, and authorization, and learn about the new mechanisms in Windows 10 and Server 2016
Pearson Programming and Web Development
- Paperback | 800 pages
- 190 x 230 x 40mm | 1,288g
- 16 Jun 2017
- Microsoft Press,U.S.
- Redmond, United States
- 7th edition
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Table of contents
Chapter 2: System architecture
Chapter 3: Processes and jobs
Chapter 4: Threads
Chapter 5: Memory management
Chapter 6: I/O system
Chapter 7: Security
About Pavel Yosifovich
Alex Ionescu is Vice President of EDR Strategy at CrowdStrike and an internationally recognized expert in low-level system software, operating system research and kernel development, security training, and reverse engineering. He teaches Windows Internals courses around the world and is active in the security research community through conference talks and bug bounty programs.
Mark Russinovich is Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft Azure, Microsoft's global enterprise-grade cloud platform. Mark is a widely recognized expert in distributed systems and operating systems. He co-founded Winternals Software and joined Microsoft in 2006 when it was acquired. He is the primary author of the Sysinternals tools and website, which include dozens of popular Windows administration and diagnostic utilities.
David Solomon (retired) taught Windows kernel internals for 20 years to developers and IT professionals worldwide, including at Microsoft. His first book was Windows NT for OpenVMS Professionals. He then authored Inside Windows NT, 2nd edition, and later, with Mark Russinovich, coauthored the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th editions of the Windows Internals series. David has spoken at many Microsoft conferences and was a recipient of the 1993 and 2005 Microsoft Support Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.