New Reference Topics for Windows 8
Device driver interfaces (DDIs) that are new or updated for Windows 8 support new features for version 1.2 of the Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM). For links to all new DDIs, and to in-depth discussion of how to use the new features, see What's new for Windows 8 display drivers.
Kernel-mode driver interfaces are declared in these headers:
User-mode driver interfaces are declared in these headers:
- D3dkmthk.h (OpenGL functions)
- D3dukmdt.h (includes kernel-mode definitions)
ETW events for user-mode drivers are declared in this header: