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Best Practices for Developing a Device Driver (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/6/2010

Best practices for developing drivers are recommendations for enhancing your device drivers. Whether a particular best practice applies to your device driver depends on the device driver, the functionality of the device, and how you intend to expose that functionality. Many Windows Embedded CE device drivers adhere to these best practices.

Best Practices for More Secure and Reliable Device Drivers

Offers best practices for enhancing the security and reliability of your device driver.

Best Practices for Power Manageable Device Drivers

Offers best practices for enhancing the power manageability of your device driver.

Best Practices for Portable Device Drivers

Offers best practices for enhancing the portability of your device driver.

Best Practices for Maintainable Device Drivers

Offers best practices for enhancing the maintainability of your device driver.

Best Practices for Optimizing Device Drivers

Offers best practices for optimizing device drivers for size and speed.

Production-Quality Drivers

Lists Windows Embedded CE production-quality device drivers; these drivers adhere to best practices for developing a Windows Embedded CE device driver.

Power Management

Describes the power management capabilities that the Windows Embedded CE operating system provides.

Production-Quality OAL

Describes the production-quality OEM adaptation layers (OALs) that the Windows Embedded CE operating system provides.

Windows Embedded CE Drivers

Offers information about all the device drivers that the Windows Embedded CE operating system implements.

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