Delve inside Windows architecture and internals to see how core components work behind the scenes. Led by a team of internals experts, Windows Internals, Part 1: System architecture, processes, threads, memory management, and more, 7th Edition, has been fully updated for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.
We’re happy to announce the availability of Windows Internals, 7th Edition, Part 1: System architecture, processes, threads, memory management, and more (ISBN 9780735684188), by Pavel Yosifovich, Alex Ionescu, Mark E. Russinovich, and David A. Solomon.
Learn about the fundamentals of Autoruns and how you can manage system permissions in this sample chapter from Troubleshooting with the Windows Sysinternals Tools, 2nd Edition.
We’re pleased to announce the availability of Troubleshooting with the Windows Sysinternals Tools, 2nd Edition (ISBN 9780735684447), by Mark Russinovich and Aaron Margosis.
The public cloud is growing. More cloud providers are offering services. New services are being offered. And the capabilities of cloud services are ever expanding. This chapter from Exam Ref 70-398 Planning for and Managing Devices covers many Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) features and tools.
Microsoft Press, in cooperation with Xamarin, is pleased to publish a new ebook by legendary author Charles Petzold: Creating Mobile Apps with Xamarin.Forms: Cross-platform C# programming for iOS, Android, and Windows.
We’re pleased to announce the availability of Exam Ref 70-398 Planning for and Managing Devices in the Enterprise (ISBN 9781509302215), by Brian Svidergol, Robert Clements, and Charles Pluta.
This chapter from Windows 10 Inside Out, by Ed Bott, Carl Siechert, and Craig Stinson, shows you the many tools that Windows provides for diagnosing errors and recovering from problems.
We don’t mean to be scaremongers, but they are out to get you. Computer attacks continue to increase in number and severity each year. And while the big data breaches—the loss of millions of credit card numbers from a major retailer or the loss of millions of personnel records from the U.S. government—command the most…
Regardless of your upgrade path—from Windows 7 or from Windows 8.1—your day-to-day experience changes significantly with Windows 10. The things you expect Windows to do on your behalf—launching programs, arranging windows on the screen, switching between tasks, finding files, setting notifications, interacting with cloud services, communicating with other people—are basically the same. But the steps…