Programming slim C programs like uTorrent for Windows

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What methods do you recommend for writing fast, memory-efficient and elegant programs on Windows?

I have less interest in C# and .net concepts I am more into purist. I wish to have a fast application for windows in an efficient way. The Recommendation of books, articles or any other information is also welcome.

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