How Applications Work on Windows 7 and Windows 8
This training course lays the ground work for understanding how the operating system interacts with natively installed Windows applications. This understanding is critical for engineering applications to successfully run under alternative environments such as application virtualization, compatibility shimming, application streaming and cloud environments. This course first covers the Windows Application Environment of the traditional Win32 core up to Windows XP. Next it covers the many new changes to the native application environment that were made in version 6 of the OS kernel that was released with Windows Vista and is in Windows 7, Windows 8 and Server 2008. Windows 8 Metro applications packaging and deployment is also covered.
Fundamentals of Windows Processes
Windows Code Files
Processes for Kernel 6 (Win8, Win7, Vista, Win2008)
IE Changes for Kernel 6
Windows 8 Metro Applications
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