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e-Book Microsoft Windows Internals (4th Edition): Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 download

e-Book Microsoft Windows Internals (4th Edition): Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 download

by Mark E. Russinovich

ISBN: 0735619174
ISBN13: 978-0735619173
Language: English
Publisher: Microsoft Press; 4th 8. Uberarb. Aufl. 2004 ed. edition (January 5, 2005)
Pages: 976
Category: Networking and Cloud Computing
Subategory: Technologies

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Delve inside the Windows kernel with noted internals experts Mark Russinovich and David Solomon, in collaboration with the Microsoft Windows product development team

Delve inside the Windows kernel with noted internals experts Mark Russinovich and David Solomon, in collaboration with the Microsoft Windows product development team. This classic guide fully updated for Windows Server 2003. Similar authors to follow.

This book helps you: Understand the Windows system architecture and its general components.

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This classic guide-fully updated for Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000, including 64-bit extensions .

You'll find hands-on experiments you can use to experience Windows internal behavior firsthand, along with advanced troubleshooting information to help you keep your systems running smoothly and efficiently. Delve inside the Windows kernel with noted internals experts Mark Russinovich and David Solomon, in collaboration with the Microsoft Windows product development team.

Get the architectural perspectives and insider insights needed to unlock the power of Windows.

The premier guide to the Windows kernel now covers Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000, including 64-bit extensions. Get the architectural perspectives and insider insights needed to unlock the power of Windows. Historical Perspective.

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David A. Solomon, Mark E. Russinovich. Place of Publication

David A. Place of Publication. He is coauthor of the Windows Internals book series, lead author for Windows Sysinternals Administrator's Reference, cofounder of the Sysinternals web site, and a highly regarded expert on Windows internals and computer security. David A. Solomon is coauthor of the WINDOWS INTERNALS book series and teaches classes on Windows internals to corporations worldwide, including Microsoft.

Delve inside the Windows kernel with noted internals experts Mark Russinovich and David Solomon, in collaboration with the Microsoft Windows product development team. This classic guide—fully updated for Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000, including 64-bit extensions—describes the architecture and internals of the Windows operating system. You’ll find hands-on experiments you can use to experience Windows internal behavior firsthand, along with advanced troubleshooting information to help you keep your systems running smoothly and efficiently. Whether you’re a developer or a system administrator, you’ll find critical architectural insights that you can quickly apply for better design, debugging, performance, and support.

Get in-depth, inside knowledge of the Windows operating system:

Understand the key mechanisms that configure and control Windows, including dispatching, startup and shutdown, and the registry Explore the Windows security model, including access, privileges, and auditing Investigate internal system architecture using the kernel debugger and other tools Examine the data structures and algorithms that deal with processes, threads, and jobs Observe how Windows manages virtual and physical memory Understand the operation and format of NTFS, and troubleshoot file system access problems View the Windows networking stack from top to bottom, including mapping, APIs, name resolution, and protocol drivers Troubleshoot boot problems and perform crash analysis
Comments:
Anayalore
I'm keeping this short and to the point. The content is rich and detailed. It truly speaks to how the Microsoft operating system functions on different levels. The book analyzes those different levels and goes into detail on how to use specific tools to "view what's happening".

My synopsis of the book is simple. When you "know what's happening", you can fix the problem. This book addresses various techniques and common occurrences that happen in the operating system and goes into detail about how to resolve them.

I've been diagnosing and troubleshooting Microsoft OS's since the NT3.51 days and wish I had read this book sooner (the rev 1 version).

I wish the book was available in PDF on a CD but alas, no such luck. The book is hardcover and reasonably heavy so it's not always convenient to bring it along. However, the content more than makes up for this lack of convenience.

Celen
Maybe half of the world is using Microsoft windows, administering, troubleshooting etc. Everybody know how to click(and maybe know which one) the checkbox, but less than 0.1% knows what is hapening inside, "deep in the water". How data is passed from your program too network interface, or to disk drive? This book will giva many answers, but not all. And unfortunately, as I know, maybe this book is the only one in the world about this subject(if I am wrong, please correct me). It is not an easy reading, you have to know something more about operating systems to understand it. But to cover most of the windows, it should have 2 volumes and 2000 pages. I kindly ask Mr Russinovich and Microsoft to publish more book like this.
This book is not about active directory or how to recipes. It is about kernel, I/o subsistem, memory, etc. Read the content(search inside). About windows inside, i know only one other book, Inside windows storage, but this is about only one segment of windows, and not so deep.(but also good read for "brave" sysadmins)

Marad
As an experienced UNIX device driver developer, I was looking for reference material on writing drivers for Windows. Recent books on Windows device driver development seemed much more sparse than I was expecting. After using this book, I think it may simply be due the fact that "Microsoft Windows Internals" is such an excellent reference.

The chapters are segregated in such a way that makes it easy to obtain the specific information you are looking for. If you're a novice and are just looking for a How-To book, you would probably do better to consult the MSDN library. However, even for a beginner this book would be good as a reference, and it is phenomenal as a reference for the experienced developer. For myself, I found it very easy to transition into the Windows world from my UNIX universe with this read.

If you aren't particularly familiar with Windows systems development, the first couple of chapters are quintessential, actually. They do an excellent job of pointing to references for tools and reading material which will help your comprehension of the material and your ability to use it. For example, even one of the later chapters pointed me to the exact DDK I needed for the problem I was trying to solve. At the point I read the book, I had no idea there was a separate DDK for that particular problem. This is one of the few books where the informational sidebars are truly informational.

All in all, if you're doing any kind of Windows system internals development, whether device driver level or just trying to understand how parts of the kernel work, this is an excellent reference. Highly recommended!

Vobei
Helps solve the mystery of Microsoft Windows,
just like the witch doctors read goat internals aka entrails.

Vareyma
I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs a very technical analysis of Windows-XP/2K/S2003. Like I would imagine with most readers, I don't need to know everything about Windows but I do need to know everything possible about specific issues. For me, it's primarily the file system (NTFS). This is the best study that I have found. I have read Russinovich's work for years - and used his technical software - and have the utmost respect for him as an engineer, software developer, and a writer (However, he's probably very boring at parties!). For anyone interested in the intricacies of NTFS and other filing systems, I also recommend Brian Carrier's outstanding "File System Forensics Analysis".

Faegal
An excellent coverage of the Windows architecture. Very strong on using tools to examine the state of a machine, from the kernel debugger to the many tools written by one of the authors. Of course, Windows being closed-source, it isn't possible to show any of the source code (or pointers thereto) that allow us to see what really happens under the hood.

I originally gave this a 5* review. Now I'm downgrading it to 4*. At the time that I read the book, my PC had a rather broken Windows 2000 installation on it, and I did not attempt any of the "experiments" that are spread throughout the book. Since then I've upgraded to Windows XP, and after that I went back to try the "experiments". I found them hard to follow, mainly because they repeatedly refer to apps that are part of either Windows NT 4, Windows 2000, or their respective Resource Kits. Some can be downloaded from the MS web site, but not all. The result was that I found that it was inpossible to run 1/4 to 1/3 of the "experiments".

Altad
OK

pretty amazing book over all. you'll need some pretty deep background knowledge to understand this book. and on the bad side some of the wording is very tricky, id dare say that some words are left out. there are parts when he talks about "objects", "object headers", "object body" and then goes on a bit, and refers to "object" when im PRETTY sure he should have said "object body". i catch my self tripping up over things like that a bit too often.. but... again.. an AMAZING book.. i dont think any other book will go this deep in to windows..

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