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New for Windows 8

This section describes changes made to the WDK documentation for Windows 8. It is divided into the following topics.

New for Developing, Testing, and Deploying Drivers

This is recommended reading for all driver developers.

New for Windows Driver Frameworks (WDF)

This is recommended reading for all driver developers.

New for Driver Development Tools

This is recommended reading for all driver developers.

New for Audio Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of audio drivers.

New for Bluetooth Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of Bluetooth Drivers.

New for Buses and Ports

This is recommended reading for developers of bus and port drivers.

New for Display Drivers

This is recommended reading for display driver developers.

New for Imaging Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of drivers for scanners.

New for Installable File System Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of file system, file system filter, and network file system drivers.

New for Kernel-Mode Driver Architecture

This is recommended reading for kernel-mode driver developers.

New for Network Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of NDIS miniport, filter, and protocol drivers.

New for Print Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of printer drivers.

New Proximity Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of near-field communication drivers.

New for Sensor Drivers

This is recommended reading for device manufacturers who are designing and developing sensors for Windows 8.

New for SoC-Based Hardware Platforms

This is recommended reading for driver developers for System on a Chip (SoC) hardware platforms.

New for Storage Drivers

This is recommended reading for storage miniport and storage silo driver developers.

New for Streaming Media Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of USB video class drivers.

New for USB Drivers

This is recommended reading for developers of USB client drivers that are interoperable with Windows. This section applies to only those client drivers that use Windows Driver Model (WDM) routines exposed by the USB driver stack. For more information, see What's New for USB Client Drivers.

 

 

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