Geoff Chappell, Software Analyst
This page lists the functions and variables that are newly exported from the Windows kernel in the 1909 release for Windows 10. Until this release, each of the roughly bi-annual updates of Windows 10 had added more kernel exports than had long been typical of less frequent service packs. Some of these updates were substantial enough, at least in terms of expanding the kernel’s interface of exported functions, that they would in years past have come with an increase in the minor version number. Version 1909, in contrast, is so slight that it doesn’t even advance the build number, i.e., 18362.
For the table below, documentation status is summarised by colour coding so that more detail can be given as Remarks with less text. (If you read this website with scripts enabled, then hovering the mouse over any coloured text will produce a tooltip that shows why the text is coloured.) Functions that have their own non-trivial documentation are shown with no background colour. Functions that appear to be completely undocumented are highlighted yellow.