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Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
Wicked Code
Jeff Prosise
House of COM
Don Box
Security Briefs
Keith Brown
C++ Q&A
Paul DiLascia
A File System for the 21ST Century: Previewing the Windows NT 5.0 File System

Many programming tasks will be simplified by innovations in NTFS, the Windows NT 5.0 file system. We'll show you some cool new features like hard links, reparse points, disk quotas, and file stream compression and encryption.
Jeffrey Richter and Luis Felipe Cabrera

Windows NT 5.0 Brings You New Telephony Development Features with TAPI 3.0

Windows NT 5.0 will introduce TAPI 3.0, the newest version of Microsoft's telephony API. Here's an inside look at what this means for developers, including new TAPI COM interfaces, streaming media control, and support for Internet telephony.
Michelle Quinton

Supporting Multilanguage Text Layout and Complex Scripts with Windows NT 5.0

Windows NT 5.0 provides new services that support multiple language text layout. Explore the latest techniques for developing international-ized applications, including Uniscribe, the Windows Unicode script processor.
F. Avery Bishop, David C. Brown, and David M. Meltzer

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