Windows Confidential: Remind Me Never to Do That Again

In the January issue of TechNet Magazine, Raymond Chen discusses the Automatic Skip Driver, or ASD, feature. He decodes the history of ADS to show you what the acronym originally stood for, explores the turbulent transition into a Plug and Play world, and even looks at how a few years of one Microsoft employee's life […]

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In the January issue of TechNet Magazine, Raymond Chen discusses the Automatic Skip Driver, or ASD, feature. He decodes the history of ADS to show you what the acronym originally stood for, explores the turbulent transition into a Plug and Play world, and even looks at how a few years of one Microsoft employee's life ended up as hex numbers in Windows 95.

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