On Dec 2 Giuseppe Simpatia wrote: "Windows Internals, Part 1", Covering Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7, by Alex Ionescu, Mark Russinovich, David A. Solomon, Microsoft Press
This book covers windows 7 and windows 2008 server r2. It faces topics not just from an external point of view but directly from the inside. The question that this book answers to is not "what happens" but "why it happens", moving from processes, threads and jobs and passing to SCM, registry, debugging, troubleshooting, etc. Full Review  >

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On Jun 11 Jim Schubert wrote: Excellent technical reference
I reviewed Windows Internals, Part 1, Sixth Edition as part of the O'Reilly Bloggers program. I was mainly interested in the 'System Architecture' chapter and the chapter called 'Process, Threads, and Jobs'. Full Review  >

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On May 11 Reed Wiedower wrote: Windows Internals, 6th Edition Part 1
Much like a blockbuster movie, the Windows Internals team decided to split their latest tome, Windows Internals 6th Edition (WI6), covering Windows 7 into two chunks to ensure it arrived before Windows 8 was released. The first part of the series arrived earlier this month, and is a comprehensive look at the… Full Review  >

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