Represents an abstraction for the current scheduler associated with the calling context.
Creates a new scheduler whose behavior is described by the _Policy parameter and attaches it to the calling context. The newly created scheduler will become the current scheduler for the calling context.
Creates a new schedule group within the scheduler associated with the calling context.
Detaches the current scheduler from the calling context and restores the previously attached scheduler as the current scheduler, if one exists. After this method returns, the calling context is then managed by the scheduler that was previously attached to the context via either the CurrentScheduler::Create or Scheduler::Attach method.
Returns a pointer to the scheduler associated with the calling context, also referred to as the current scheduler.
Returns the current number of virtual processors for the scheduler associated with the calling context.
Returns a copy of the policy that the current scheduler was created with.
Returns a unique identifier for the current scheduler.
Causes the Windows event handle passed in the _ShutdownEvent parameter to be signaled when the scheduler associated with the current context shuts down and destroys itself. At the time the event is signaled, all work that had been scheduled to the scheduler is complete. Multiple shutdown events may be registered through this method.
Schedules a light-weight task within the scheduler associated with the calling context. The light-weight task will be placed in a schedule group of the runtime's choosing.
If there is no scheduler (see Scheduler) associated with the calling context, many methods within the CurrentScheduler class will result in attachment of the process' default scheduler. This may also imply that the process' default scheduler is created during such a call.