In the final part of his three part series, Mark Russinovich wraps up his look at changes made in the Windows Vista Kernel by exploring advancements in reliability, recovery, and security. 

The latest installment can be found on our Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/technetmag/issues/2007/04/VistaKernel/.

Part 1, which covered changes in the areas of processes, threads, and I/O can be found here.

Part 2, which covered memory management, system startup, shutdown, and power management can be found here.

And watch for a special look from Mark at the internal workings of User Account Control in the June issue of TechNet Magazine.