7 edition of Windows NT Applications found in the catalog.
October 22, 1999 by MacMillan Technical Publishing .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||300|
Screenshot of Microsoft Windows NT desktop. Windows NT was originally intended to be OS/2 , the third version of the operating system developed jointly by Microsoft and Windows was released in May , it was so successful that Microsoft decided to change the primary application programming interface for the still-unreleased NT OS/2 (as it was then known) from an extended Kernel type: Hybrid. This comprehensive text has been approved by Microsoft as courseware that prepares individuals for "Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Workstation exam (# )". Topics include presentation through extensive end-of-chapter material, including real-world examples and projects.
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This book will provide detailed comparisons of Windows NT's DCE environment with that of UNIX, and discussions of Windows NT architecture for system and applications programmers/5(3). It was also written to NT version 3, and is now considerably out to date.
Solomon's revision is a total rewrite that remedies this situation. The book is current on NTand even contains a good chapter on upcoming changes in NT This book definitely belongs on any Windows NT programmer's bookshelf/5(13).
While NT runs & is compatible with most bit applications, there are large amounts that simply won't run under NT. This is an issue for companies that have a large amount of in-house written applications.
The book goes into depth about the domain architecture of Windows NT.5/5(1). Windows NT->System administration: Books. Paperback $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ Paperback $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ Paperback $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ Advanced Windows NT: The Developer's Windows NT Applications book to the WIN32 Application Programming Interface.
Assuming a knowledge of bit Windows programming, this book explains what is new and different about Windows NT and details what programmers need to /5.
Focusing on Windows NT Workstation 4 with Service Pack 3 and the Internet Explorer 4. x suite installed (including Active Desktop), this book is slightly behind the technology curve but right on target for most corporate installations.
The author approaches the operating system through its Author: Jim Boyce, Brad Koch. By the time NT was truly viable on the desktop (Windows ), it was ten years after the initial design spec. This speaks volumes about strategic direction and R&D: if large corporations aren't actively planning ten years out, they're probably not going to last very long.
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Chapter 5, “Windows and the Protected Subsystems,” provides a cursory overview of Microsoft's new bit Windows interface, the Win32 API. The Windows NT Device Driver Book, by Art Baker, was the first -- and for a long time the only -- book on Windows NT device-driver development.
This book is obviously adapted from course notes at a time when no other books on the topic existed and may be suitable as an additional reference in an undergraduate or post-graduate course or as a Author: Art Baker. Desktop with applications in Windows NT Workstation.
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(Microsoft Windows Nt Resource Kit for Windows Nt Workstation and Windows Nt Server Version ; 4) by Russ Blake () by Russ Blake. Paperback. CDN$ 2, Only 1 left in stock. Windows NT and Windows 95 are referred to as bit Windows in this chapter.
This chapter assumes you are using the bit Win32 API. For details on writing applications for the bit Windows API, see the chapter Microsoft Windows Applications. Microsoft Windows NT is the foundation of the new bit operating system designed to support the most powerful workstation and server systems.
The initial developer support for Windows NT has been phenomenal--developers have demonstrated more than 50 Windows NT applications only months after receiving the pre-release version of the software/5. Windows NT is an older version of Windows released in the All the subsequent versions of Windows are a part of the Windows NT family.
The Sandboxie application on the computer uses the Windows NT environment to function. This is potentially harmless for you. Method –. Windows NT is a multithreaded, micro-kernel-based  operating system. The term micro-kernel implies that the kernel component is very small, and provides only basic functions such as thread dispatching and hardware exception handling.
Hardware-specific code is kept in a separate layer called the Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL). The HAL simplifies porting of the operating system to new. Microsoft Windows NT is the foundation of the new bit operating system designed to support the most powerful workstation and server systems.
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Click the Advanced link on the Program Compatibility Troubleshooter. Click Run as administrator. Click Next. The troubleshooter will scan the PC for possible solutions. Forrester J and Miller B An empirical study of the robustness of Windows NT applications using random testing Proceedings of the 4th conference on USENIX Windows Systems Symposium - Volume 4, () Douceur J and Bolosky W A large-scale study of file-system contents Proceedings of the ACM SIGMETRICS international conference on Measurement.
Windows NT applications: measuring and optimizing performance. [Paul Hinsberg] However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
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Synopsis For courses in Windows NT and Windows Programming. Because a network's efficiency is often judged by the performance of its applications, proven tricks and methods for increasing program speed, scalability, and object orientation are critical for Windows developers.
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21% of the applications that we tested on NT crashed when presented with random, valid keyboard and mouse events. Test results for applications run on NT (Windows ) were similar. An additional 24% of the applications that we tested hung when presented. The Native API is a lightweight application programming interface (API) used by Windows NT and user mode applications.
This API is used in the early stages of Windows NT startup process, when other components and APIs are still ore, a few Windows components, such as the Client/Server Runtime Subsystem (CSRSS), are implemented using the Native API.
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NT exerts its power through a dizzying succession of ordinary actions. Seemingly at once, it may open a computer file, move text or graphics from one place to another on a screen, print a letter, calculate a row of numbers and keep several word processors, spreadsheets and other applications from getting in each other's way.
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