New for Kernel-Mode Drivers

Dynamic Hardware Partitioning Techniques

The Dynamic Hardware Partitioning (DHP) section has been moved from the System Devices section to the Kernel-Mode Programming Techniques section. It has been reorganized and now includes code examples that show how device drivers and user-mode applications can register for notification when a new processor or memory module is dynamically added to a hardware partition.

For more information about DHP, see Dynamic Hardware Partitioning Techniques.

New for Kernel Transaction Manager (KTM)

The WDK documentation for KTM has been updated and greatly expanded. For more information, see Kernel Transaction Manager.

 

 

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