The MSDN website has a long history of breaking links over time, and in general, their URL format is horrible. We don’t need to see the internals of your website back-end MS!
Take the CreateProcess function for example, its URL is http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms682425(VS.85).aspx. The part that identifies the page is just gobbledygook.
First off, why is the Visual Studio version in there? The CreateProcess function has not really changed since Win95/NT3.5 and is certainly not going to change depending on which version of Visual Studio you are using. The other issue is that you have no idea what a link points to just by looking at the URL.
If I had my way, their links would look more along the lines of http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/win/um/CreateProcess