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Windows 7: Designing Efficient Background Processes


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Inefficient background activity has a dramatic impact on system performance, power consumption, responsiveness, and memory footprint. This session demonstrates best practices for background process design and dives deep on the capabilities of the Service Control Manager (SCM) and Task Scheduler. It also covers how to use new Windows 7 infrastructure to develop efficient background tasks.
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  • Hi all,

    It's a really cool stuff and I like this feature very much. I have already got a copy of Windows 7 image and an SDK of Windows 7. I found the definition, trigger-start, has already in the head file, WinSvr.h, but I still have not idea about how to implement the feature by ChangeServiceConfig2 API. Does anyone has any ideas or sample codes ? Could you share with me ? My email is kaokao66@hotmail.com. Thank you for any comment followed !!
  • Hello,

    Thank you for your query. The MSDN SDK documentation is currently being updated and should be available after Windows 7 Beta release. Tentatively, that should happen in the later part of January 2009.

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