A driver is an essential software component of an operating system, allowing it to work with various devices, hardware, and virtual ones. Probably the most common perception about drivers is that they’re notoriously hard to deal with. Writing a simple device driver is difficult enough, and if you’re talking about something complex—well, let’s just say that not even major companies always get it right...
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