Do you know some good books about Windows 10 ?
I mean its internal operation and characteristics of user functions and possibly the kernel.
>picture related, Windows internals is very good but I think we need to wait long to see the next edition .
Ok , apparently most people here prefer strutting with their new supercool i3 conf on Gentarch and complaining about botnets on mainstream OS , but nobody wants to understand how they really work ?
7th edition is in the works.
"Azius principals Brian Catlin and Jamie Hanrahan have signed with Microsoft Press to write Windows Internals, 7th Edition, Book 1: "User Mode." The 7th edition will cover Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2. Book 1 will primarily cover user mode aspects (the internals of application support) and system management mechanisms. New coverage for the 7th edition will include .NET, graphics and the desktop, Windows RT, Windows Store applictions, and server management features, as well as expanded coverage of networking.
Books 2 and 3 are still in the planning stages, but our current plans are for Book 2 to cover kernel mode components and mechanisms, and Book 3, new for this edition, will describe the architecture and operation of the various Windows device driver models. "
>just added all the crappy bullshits about Xbox stuff and Tablets.
It's actually quite important as a unified Windows kernel across all platforms is a huge part of MS future plans. They've managed to do this with Windows 10.