Ancillary Function Driver
An Ancillary Function Driver (AFD) is a software component in the Windows operating system that enables communication between different types of software and hardware devices. It is a specialized skill that involves understanding the technical specifications and protocols of various devices, as well as the underlying software architecture of the operating system. AFD developers work to ensure that devices function correctly and efficiently, and they play a critical role in the overall performance and stability of the operating system.
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