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Delve inside Windows architecture and internals—and see how core components work behind the scenes. This classic guide has been fully updated for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2—and now presents its coverage in two volumes.

Read Windows Internals, Part 1, Sixth Edition on Safari Books Online today!

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6 Responses to “Windows Internals, Part 1, Sixth Edition available now on Safari Books Online”

  1. Mike

    I can’t seem to access this book while logged in. I search for it and it returns Part 2, but I can’t get Part 1 to show up in a search and when I use the link in the post it fails to recognize my account and when I log it it puts me back on the previous book I was reading. Is anyone else having a problem with this?

    • dgleeson

      Hi Mike,

      Part 1 was incorrectly tagged as a “previous edition.” I’ve asked our content team to correct that. In the meantime, you can see Part 1 in your search results by selecting the “Include Previous Editions” check box on the right side of the Books tab at the top of your search results.

      Thanks for letting us know about this.

      Diane Gleeson
      Project Manager

      • Mike

        Yep, clicking on “Include Previous Editions” works great! Thanks for the help, I never would have thought to try that :-)

  2. Oradim

    I realize this is a couple of months old now, but I’ve been looking for this title on SafariBooksOnline and have been unsuccessful. I have clicked the link up above (i.e. Read…on Safari Books Online today!) but it takes me to a “Page not found” page. Ticking the “Include Previous Editions” in the search seems to not find it either.

    • dgleeson

      This title is one of several that were inadvertently removed from our site last night. We’re working with the publisher to get the book restored to our service as quickly as possible. I apologize for the inconvenience.

      Thank you,
      Diane Gleeson
      Project Manager