New Reference Topics for Windows 8.1
Device driver interfaces (DDIs) that are new or updated for Windows 8.1 support new features for version 1.3 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 8.1 display drivers (WDDM 1.3).
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)
- Netdispumdddi.h (new for Windows 8.1)
ETW events for user-mode drivers are declared in this header: