HID Drivers (Windows CE 5.0)
A human interface device (HID) driver provides the interface between a bus driver, such as a universal serial bus (USB) driver, and an interactive input device, such as a keyboard, mouse, or joystick.
The Microsoft® Windows® CE HID driver architecture is based on the Device Class Definition for Human Interface Devices specification. The Microsoft HID driver implementation is not limited to USB devices. For more information about this specification, see this USB Web site.
In This Section
- HID Driver Development Concepts
- Explains the basic development concepts for HID drivers.
- HID Driver Registry Settings
- Provides the default registry settings for HID drivers.
- HID Driver Migration
- Provides migration information for moving a HID driver from one version of the OS to another.
- HID Driver Samples
- Provides the location for HID driver samples.
- HID Driver and HID Parser Reference
- Provides reference information for HID driver and HID parser enumerations, functions, macros and structures.
- Power Management
- Describes the power management capabilities of the Windows CE operating system.
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