This section describes the key Windows process data structures maintained by various parts of the system and describes different ways and tools to examine this data.
Each Windows process is represented by an executive process (EPROCESS) structure. Besides containing many attributes relating to a process, an EPROCESS contains and points to a number of other related data structures. For example, each process has one or more threads, each represented by an executive thread (ETHREAD) structure. (Thread data structures are explained in the section Thread Internals later in this chapter.)
The EPROCESS and most of its related data structures exist in system address space. One exception is the process environment block (PEB), ...