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How Stack and Heap is allocated for threads under the same process in Windows?

Stack for different thread is different.but what about Heap. If Heap is different for different threads, then how they share objects?
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1answer
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Windows Console App vs Service

My Situation I work for a company that builds software for many other companies. When I learned installers weren't built-in with VS2012, I was curious how to deploy. So far, I have just been dropping ...
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4answers
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C++ or C#: Which language is Microsoft going to use in development of future Windows versions? [closed]

I heard almost all parts of Windows are written in C and C++ with some assembly. Why did Microsoft skip C#? Is there any scope for C# in the development of future Windows versions?
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1answer
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0.00006103515625 GB of RAM. Is .NET MicroFramework part of Windows CE?

The .NET MicroFramework claims to work on 64K RAM and has list of compatible targets vendors. At the same time, same vendors who ship hardware and create Board Support Packages (vendors like Adeneo) ...
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2answers
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Windows OS design decisions [closed]

I've seen an interview with Richard Stallman some time ago, and he was asked a question about security and Windows OS which he answered saying that there are some relatively bad design decisions that ...
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8answers
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What are the consequences of still sticking with Windows XP despite there are Windows Vista, 7 and very soon 8? [closed]

From a .Net programmer perspective, what are the consequences of still sticking with Windows XP despite there are Windows Vista, 7 and very soon 8? How does having windows XP limit programmers ...
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3answers
333 views

Windows Hibernate API [closed]

Is it possible to programmatically trigger the Windows's Hibernate without actually Hibernating, just to take snapshot of the OS at regular intervals? So that the system can return to the previously ...
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4answers
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Is Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 usable as a developer workstation OS?

We're upgrading the RAM on our developer workstations and looking to move to a 64-bit OS. We've been using Windows 7 x86, but I'm wondering about using Server 2008 R2 x64 so that developers can use ...