Nights before trips are always boring, and I decided to draft some words to spend the time. So we have Windows 10 on ARM running on Dragonboard 410c, and Lumia 950 XL (Article in Chinese, sorry). It will be helpful to write down some firmware-related information for platform bring-ups for further reference. Meanwhile, the comparison of… Continue reading The case of UEFI for Windows on ARM, and comparison with LK/ABoot
Also posted here: Bringing up Windows 10 AArch64 on a $50 Single Board Computer Windows on ARM is not a new topic. There are some guys attempted to bring up Windows RT and Windows 10 on Qemu (ARM/AArch64 target). It even runs on Raspberry Pi 3. Obviously it is not a Snapdragon 835-only thing. We… Continue reading Give TianoCore/EDK2 on AArch64 a hand in 2018
Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 has a minimum screen resolution constraint for Windows Store Apps (aka. Metro Apps or whatever). If the screen resolution doesn’t meet requirement, user will see a prompt indicating the resolution is too low for these applications. The constraint can be mitigated with bytes of patch.
Two days ago I set up a new virtual machine for applications that require isolated security. When I put my computer into Connected Standby mode, I noticed SoC fan didn’t stop. To verify whether it was OS inconsistency or persistent issue, I manually initiated a system restart. However, it froze at login screen then. Nothing… Continue reading A case that Hyper-V freezes host operating system
You might want to see this to turn memory page lock on.
When Microsoft decided to adopt MSBuild on .NET Core platform, project.json was not dropped immediately until first toolchain RTM arrives. Dotnet Development on Universal Windows Platform Development leverages .NET Core too, but the depreciation progress is significantly slower than other .NET Core platforms due to historical reasons. UWP uses project.json for package management and MSBuild… Continue reading Migrate legacy UWP project system to MSBuild-based
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Notes about the Windows “Gatekeeper”.
Some ideas of parsing UnityFS bundles.
Happy birthday to myself, and keep hustling. 🙂