Nar Ganapathy - Windows, the IO Manager and Driver Model, Part II

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Nar, an architect on Windows Device Experience team, takes us deep inside the I/O manager inside Windows' kernel.

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    Minh
    I'd just like to reiterate how much I'm enjoying the "Going Deep" series. I'll probably never have practical use for the IO Manager, but it's good to know what's going on behind the scene. It's like reading the Petzold book on how to program Windows the first time.
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    codan
    Very interesting video. Also the link given at the end of the video doesn't seem to be valid.
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    Charles
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    LarryL
    This “Going Deep” series is amazingly helpful. It adds a lot of depth to my overall understanding of the technology for which I am developing solutions and strengthens my technical knowledge, which is helpful when discussing business solutions with clients. It also gives me additional arguments when competing with other technologies for those same clients. (The performance discussion was particular helpful.) Thanks you guys!
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    Charles
    body must not be empty... [Duncanma]
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    sriram_2001
    Yikes - please stop with the ink. I know it's cool to write it out, but consider this

    - Reading ink is like reading words in all caps. Our brain is so attuned to reading normal computer text that it has to shift gears to parse the person's handwriting and understand what's written.

    - I bet you could have typed that out faster

    I know this is OT and should belong on that thread about C9's ink support - but couldn't resist when I noticed how I stopped scanning through the page when I came to Charles' handwriting and read it carefully
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    chrisward
    sriram_2001 wrote:
    Yikes - please stop with the ink. I know it's cool to write it out, but consider this

    - Reading ink is like reading words in all caps. Our brain is so attuned to reading normal computer text that it has to shift gears to parse the person's handwriting and understand what's written.

    - I bet you could have typed that out faster

    I know this is OT and should belong on that thread about C9's ink support - but couldn't resist when I noticed how I stopped scanning through the page when I came to Charles' handwriting and read it carefully


    it's an accessibility issue too... impared users wont be able to understand it, and neither will crawlers/spiders
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    Charles
    chrisward wrote:
    sriram_2001 wrote: Yikes - please stop with the ink. I know it's cool to write it out, but consider this

    - Reading ink is like reading words in all caps. Our brain is so attuned to reading normal computer text that it has to shift gears to parse the person's handwriting and understand what's written.

    - I bet you could have typed that out faster

    I know this is OT and should belong on that thread about C9's ink support - but couldn't resist when I noticed how I stopped scanning through the page when I came to Charles' handwriting and read it carefully


    it's an accessibility issue too... impared users wont be able to understand it, and neither will crawlers/spiders

    Re: accessibility and crawlers; recognizer-enabled clients will store alt and title text with the ink image...

    Interesting feedback. Thanks.

    Note that it took significantly more time to type this reply with a stylus than to pen it...
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    sriram_2001
    Charles wrote:

    Note that it took significantly more time to type this reply with a stylus than to pen it...


    Try using that thing with all the buttons with alphabets and numbers on them Smiley
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    Charles
    The point is that I have a Tablet and inking on it is more natural than typing. c
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    sonypappan
     I have a basic doubt. Whether memory to memory transfer using system DMA controller is possible in windows?
    If not why?
    Please reply back me on onypappan@yahoo.com">sonypappan@yahoo.com or sonypappan@hotmail.com
    Regards,
    Sony

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