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Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
Windows Architecture
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Windows Architecture
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Windows Architecture

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A presentation on microsoft windows architecture. …

A presentation on microsoft windows architecture.
Discusses
Internal architecture
Kernel
Executive
User processes
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  • 1. GUI Features GUI Features Some Kernel Features Some Kernel Features BaseBase
  • 2. GUI Features GUI Features Some Kernel Features Some Kernel Features BaseBase
  • 3. ● Include both file system and hardware device drivers that translate user I/O function calls into specific hardware device I/O requests. ● Didn't get the funda?? - Think how the eject button in your music player opens your cd tray • Implements the graphical user interface (GUI) • functions, such as dealing with windows, user interface controls, and drawing
  • 4. • Windows virtual memory manager controls how memory is allocated. • Page sizes ranging from 4 Kbytes to 64 Kbytes • Each Windows user process sees a separate 32-bit address space, allowing 4 GB of memory per process • portion of this memory is reserved for the operating system – 2 GB
  • 5. ● Operating Systems: Internals and Design Principles, Fifth Edition – William Stallings • Windows Internals, Fifth Edition - Mark E. Russinovich and David A. Solomon with Alex Ionescu. • Netcrafter – www.netcrafter.com The Presentation takes Windows too seriously

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