I'm trying to research information about how Windows XP at a low level (e.g. at the kernel level). I am looking for links to credible sources (e.g. msdn, technet, microsoft.com, NOT wikipedia).
I'm looking for information about Windows XP's CPU SCHEDULING.
- How does windows utilize multiple cpu's when it schedules processes?
- How does xp home differ from xp pro in it's cpu scheduling?
- How many cores supported? How many bits?
- What special cpu features does XP take specific advantage of? (hyperthreading, vm, etc.)