It’s official – I’m a Microsoft Entreprise Security MVP
For people who don’t know what MVP means here is the definition from wikipedia:
Microsoft MVPs are exceptional technical community leaders from around the world who have been awarded for voluntarily providing technical expertise towards technical communities supporting Microsoft products or technologies. (Wikipedia)
Past well-know MVPs includes Mark Russinovich, Ken Johnson, and Patchou from Messenger Plus! Live plugin.
Based on Windows Vista I/O priorities manager, Windows 7 provides a new class to retrieve information/statistics about about Low I/O priority counts.
Output size: 0x24 bytes
The output structure is the following.
typedef struct _LOW_PRIORITY_INFORMATION
ULONG IoBlanketBoostCount; // Added in RC1 (build 7100)
} LOW_PRIORITY_INFORMATION, *PLOW_PRIORITY_INFORMATION;
Source + Executable are available here.
Edit: LOW_PRIORITY_INFORMATION structure updated in build 7100.