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In the Windows releases after Vista versions, the Windows Desktop Manager is the graphical user interface of Windows and is rendered using hardware acceleration. It was initially devised to support the Aero Experience that called the graphical rendering of the window space. Features of the Windows Desktop Manager That is, each display [...]
Starting with the Windows Vista release, Microsoft introduced the Windows Display Driver to drive the video cards installed in the computer. It tended to be different from the previous systems in that better quality graphics could be delivered on a real-time basis. The display was much more stable, with fewer instances of crashes [...]
One of the critical features of a computing system is the very dynamic nature of the Windows operating system. Threats and changes in the system are constantly changing to leave the user with no other option than to keep the system files updated all the time. Microsoft has, over the years, evolved a system that enables the update of the [...]
ActiveX is a framework brought out by Microsoft to control web browsers and applications better. It was introduced in 1996. It is interesting to note that ActiveX does not need the Windows operating system, but paradoxically it functions primarily on the Windows operating kernel. ActiveX is supported by the latest Windows 10 with the [...]
At best event viewer is a log of events that occurred with Windows Operating Kernel. It was released with Windows NT line of systems that allows others to read the logs created by a computer on the network. It must be understood that the logs are created as files that serve to have potential action taken if necessary. Classification [...]