strategy used in memory management in win 7

August 21, 2015 at 08:59:32
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Microsoft has, as of operating system versions Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008, implemented new technologies, for both resource allocation and security. Several of these new technologies include the Dynamic Allocation of Kernel Virtual Address Space (including paged and non-paged pools), kernel-mode stack jumping, and Address Space Layout Randomization. Basically, the allocation of resources are not fixed, but are dynamically adjusted according to operational requirements. The implementation of these new technologies such as Address Space Layout Randomization are mostly due to the hacker threat of an advanced knowledge of the location of key system components (such as kernel32.dll, ntdll.dll, etc), and are partly due to the Window’s goal of using memory allocation more efficiently by allocation on an as needed basis. In order to understand these new technologies better and be able to use them as a developer, device driver writer, or system’s administrator, this paper will focus on the Windows Memory Manager prior to Vista SP1.

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August 21, 2015 at 09:20:01
Why have you quoted, verbatim, the first page of an ancient article on Code Project without explanation or attribution? As it stands it makes little sense. Wouldn't it be better to say "Hey guys, I've found this interesting article: "?

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