Windows Embedded Compact 7:What’s new in device driver development


Happy new Year!

Since this year I’m not been awarded as an MVP -but I want to be again- let’s start the new year with some diligence…

Among the various new amazing thing in Windows Embedded Compact 7, I choose to write some posts about device driver development. Here’s some of the topics:

  • Device manager now supports overlapped I/O: what it is and how it works
  • Device manager now supports filter for stream interface drivers: what you can do
  • Touch screen drivers can now be written as stream interface drivers: an introduction
  • Backlight drivers now have a predefined stream interface structure: filling a small gap
  • I2C drivers now have a predefined stream interface structure: what’s I2C
  • Accelerometer drivers: how to use it
  • Any other business
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