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Evolution of the Windows Kernel Architecture

Evolution of the Windows Kernel Architecture

Dave Probert, Ph.D. - Windows Kernel Architect Microsoft Windows Division Evolution of the Windows Kernel Architecture 08.10.2009 Buenos Aires About Me Ph.D. in Computer Engineering (Operating Systems w/o Kernels) Kernel Architect at Microsoft for over 13 years

By paul
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Windows

Windows

Windows Introduction Old black-and-white “Western” movie Gunslinger wants to quit fighting Some new young upstart wants to fight So the old guy fights one more time… “Target-ability” Depends on popularity and reputation Windows is most hackers favorite target Introduction

By Ava
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Overview of Unix

Overview of Unix

Overview of Unix. Jagdish S. Gangolly School of Business State University of New York at Albany

By richard_edik
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Getting the most out of the Platform

Getting the most out of the Platform

Getting the most out of the Platform. Louis Kahn Program Manager Personal and Business Systems. Agenda. Tools to help you migrate (UNIX to NT) Development tools Resource Kits Other resources Open discussion. UNIX to NT. GNU utilities (Texas Microlib) Toolbuster (Congruent Software)

By PamelaLan
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Chapter 5 68000’s Instruction Set

Chapter 5 68000’s Instruction Set

Chapter 5 68000’s Instruction Set. Data movement: MOVE, LEA, etc. Arithmetic operations: ADD, SUB, MULU, DIVS, etc. Logical, shift, and bit operations: ASL, ASR, LSL, LSR, BTST, etc. Testing, conditional and unconditional branch instructions: Bcc, BRA, JMP, etc. Data Movement.

By JasminFlorian
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Overview of Unix

Overview of Unix

Overview of Unix. Jagdish S. Gangolly School of Business State University of New York at Albany

By MikeCarlo
(294 views)

Windows audio architecture

Windows audio architecture

Windows audio architecture. Windows Driver Model supported by Win 98, Win ME, Win 2K and Win XP a single audio driver works for multiple Windows versions APIs DirectSound WinMM Kernel streaming multiple audio streams can be played at the same time

By paul
(650 views)

Unix Architecture

Unix Architecture

Unix Architecture. Typical computer system consists of: Hardware Operating system Applications and utilities Typical OS includes a user interface or command interpreter Unix is somewhat unique in that the command interpreter is not integrated with the OS but is a separate program.

By issac
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The ARM Instruction Set

The ARM Instruction Set

ARM. Advanced RISC Machines. The ARM Instruction Set. Main features of the ARM Instruction Set. All instructions are 32 bits long. Most instructions execute in a single cycle. Every instruction can be conditionally executed. A load/store architecture

By ostinmannual
(244 views)

Module 22: Windows XP

Module 22: Windows XP

Module 22: Windows XP. History Design Principles System Components Environmental Subsystems File system Networking Programmer Interface. Windows XP . 32-bit preemptive multitasking operating system for Intel microprocessors. Key goals for the system: portability security

By liam
(231 views)

Process Description and Control

Process Description and Control

Process Description and Control. B.Ramamurthy. Introduction. The fundamental task of any operating system is process management. OS must allocate resources to processes, enable sharing of information, protect resources, and enable synchronization among processes.

By chas
(315 views)

Threads, SMP, and Microkernels

Threads, SMP, and Microkernels

Threads, SMP, and Microkernels. Processes vs. Threads. Traditional process characteristics: Resource ownership Has a virtual address space to hold the process image Is allocated resources, as needed: I/O devices, files, etc. Scheduling/execution

By layne
(277 views)

Operating Systems Lecture 2

Operating Systems Lecture 2

Operating Systems Lecture 2. The BIOS and Boot Process M. Naghibzadeh Reference: M. Naghibzadeh, Operating System Concepts and Techniques, iUniverse publisher, 2005. To order: www.iUniverse.com , www.barnesandnoble.com, or www.amazon.com. The need for BIOS.

By lynton
(124 views)

Chapter 23: Vulnerability Analysis

Chapter 23: Vulnerability Analysis

Chapter 23: Vulnerability Analysis. Background Penetration Studies Example Vulnerabilities Classification Frameworks Theory of Penetration Analysis. Overview. What is a vulnerability? Penetration studies Flaw Hypothesis Methodology Examples Vulnerability examples Classification schemes

By tacey
(326 views)

Computing & Networking User Group Meeting

Computing & Networking User Group Meeting

Computing & Networking User Group Meeting. Roy Whitney Andy Kowalski Sandy Philpott Chip Watson 17 June 2008. Users and JLab IT. Ed Brash is User Group Board of Directors’ representative on the IT Steering Committee. Physics Computing Committee (Sandy Philpott)

By meris
(149 views)

Building Efficient Device Services

Building Efficient Device Services

Building Efficient Device Services. Chittur Subbaraman Principal Software Design Engineer Windows Kernel chitturs@microsoft.com. Agenda. NT Service Definition & Example Optimization Opportunities for Services Optimization Techniques Optimization Opportunities Using Windows Task Scheduler

By skule
(263 views)

Instructor & Todd Lammle

Instructor & Todd Lammle

Instructor & Todd Lammle. Sybex CCNA 640-802 Chapter 5: Managing a Cisco Internetwork. Chapter 5 Objectives. Cisco Router Components Boot Sequence Configuration register Backing up and restoring the IOS Backing up and restoring the configuration Cisco Discovery Protocol Telnet

By keran
(253 views)

CA-IDMS Task Management

CA-IDMS Task Management

CA-IDMS Task Management. Presented by Manfred Hoefer Computer Associates UKIUA ROADSHOW 2004. Agenda. Overview of Online Task Management Starting Online Tasks Life Cycle of an Online Task. What Is an Online Task. Identifies the user request for work Operating system task vs. DC task

By xiomara
(584 views)

Introduction to User-Mode Driver Framework

Introduction to User-Mode Driver Framework

Introduction to User-Mode Driver Framework. Outline. What is UMDF? When should I use UMDF? When shouldn’t I use UMDF? What does UMDF give me? What kind of drivers can I write? What can my drivers do? What next?. Goals. How UMDF fits into WDF Understand UMDF’s capabilities.

By zyta
(268 views)

Windows Object Manager

Windows Object Manager

Windows Object Manager. CS 470 -- Spring 2002. Overview. The object paradigm NT Objects and the Object Manager Object Structure Object Naming Object Handles Object Retention and Resource Limits. Objects in Windows NT/2K/XP. Provide a uniform access method Provide human readable names

By lavey
(236 views)

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