| ||Thread Tools|
|30th January 2007, 16:31||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Underneath Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture
"Microsoft’s long-awaited Windows Vista operating system has plenty of underlying changes. One of the major changes to Windows Vista is a brand new audio stack dubbed Universal Audio Architecture (UAA). UAA completely revamps the way Windows Vista communicates with audio devices and offers a basic audio driver for all UAA compliant devices. Microsoft also introduced early UAA functionality in Windows XP when high definition audio (Intel Azalia) was released a couple years ago. Current UAA compliant audio devices include integrated high definition audio, USB audio and IEEE 1394 AV/C devices.
Last edited by jmke : 31st January 2007 at 11:53.
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Microsoft Patch Tuesday: 5 Criticals, 2 Important, 1 Moderate Patch||jmke||WebNews||0||14th April 2009 18:47|
|Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for September 2008||jmke||WebNews||0||9th September 2008 19:20|
|Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for August 2007||jmke||WebNews||0||14th August 2007 22:21|
|Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for February 2007||jmke||WebNews||0||14th February 2007 00:25|
|Microsoft starts CPU architecture team||jmke||WebNews||0||20th October 2006 07:02|
|VIA and QSound Announce Licensing Agreement for Audio Technology||jmke||WebNews||0||5th December 2004 15:34|
|Microsoft Reveals Nine New Ways to Get in Touch With the PC||Sidney||WebNews||0||8th September 2004 18:58|
|HP and Microsoft Expand Security Solutions Portfolio||Sidney||WebNews||0||25th May 2004 06:28|
|Intel® High Definition Audio Will Be Music To PC Users' Ears||jmke||WebNews||0||19th April 2004 22:12|