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The January/February 2011 issue of The NT Insider is available exclusively in PDF format for download. Click the image of The NT Insider to the left for the details, and the download link to use.

Articles include: - The Wonderful World of Software Drivers - The Isolation Driver (Part II) - Debugging Race Conditions - Analyst's Perspective: Analyzing User Mode State from a Kernel Connection - Peter Pontificates ..more!

Read on to ensure you are aware of features of these objects, and their use for your next WDF driver.

A Version Information resource provides information that can be accessed via Explorer (or programmatically) to reference details of an executable image (file versions, product names, copyright, etc.).

It was originally discussed to have been a star or a plus sign, and during development the feature was referred to as "awesome" instead of "like".

During May 2016, Facebook introduced reactions - a new way to express peoples emotions to Facebook posts.

Articles range from general topics like the "NT Drivers 101" series that ran a couple of years back to more specific topics such as "Understanding Evt Io Stop in WDF Drivers", "Driver to Driver Communications" or "Writing Bus Drivers". How about book reviews of subject matter that is pertinent to Windows system software developers and help-wanted pages? And don't forget the opportunity to read "Hints from Hector", the Q&A forum for those?

nasty technical questions you've been dying to get answers on.

Articles include: - Using Bus Interfaces for Driver to Driver Communication - The WDK Docs Improve Through Regular Releases - Understanding Evt Io Stop, Bugcheck 9F and Related SDV Errors - Load or Unload - Drive Letter Alternatives - Peter Pontificates: We Wah Heeya First ..more!

A like button, like option, or recommend button is a feature in communication software such as social networking services, Internet forums, news websites and blogs where the user can express that they like, enjoy or support certain content.

Internet services that feature like buttons usually display the number of users who liked each content, and may show a full or partial list of them.

Years ago we spent time on the topic of WDF queues, and over time, we've found them to be one of the most powerful objects of a WDF driver.

As such, we thought the topic was worthy of more material.

Well, this isn't necessarily a general philosophy at OSR, but as far as The NT Insider is concerned, it's the real deal.

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