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Part VII: Optimizing and Protecting Wind... > Understanding Windows NT Architectur...

Chapter 26. Understanding Windows NT Architecture

by Paul Sanna

When we talk about the Windows NT architecture, we are speaking specifically about the internal architecture and design of the product. The external architecture of the product, after all, is the user interface, and you'll find details about the UI in almost every chapter of the book except for this one. For this chapter, then, you will look at the internal organization of the product. This chapter provides a review of the internal components of Windows NT Workstation, as well as how the components interact with one another. In addition, you'll learn how the internal architectural design affects you and the work you do every day with the system.


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