Summary and Info
Assuming a knowledge of 16-bit Windows programming, this book explains what is new and different about Windows NT and details what programmers need to know to exploit the feature or mechanism in their programs. The book contains chapters on NT's powerful memory-management system, issues relating to multitasking and a section explaining NT's otherwise opaque message-passing system with a powerful piece of code called "message crackers".
More About the Author
Jeffrey Richter is a co-founder of Wintellect. He has written a number of books on programming for Windows and .NET.
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