To help prepare your applications for Windows 7, download the
Windows 7 Training Kit for Developers. The kit includes code, videos and labs for both native Win32 C++ developers and .NET developers covering the new features available in Windows 7.
Windows is one of the world's most complex pieces of software. The latest edition of Microsoft's general purpose operating system, Windows 7, is our best offering yet. The efficient and focused engineering and thoughtful design that went into Windows 7 deserves
an efficient and well designed…
In this episode of the Coding4Fun Show, I interview
Arian Kulp, creator of the
MEF Utility Runner, a unified host for system tray utility applications. Learn a bit about MEF and how it can be leveraged to create a plugin architecture for any application, as well
as how it was used to create the…
This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the week's top developer news, including:
- Brandon LeBlanc - Windows Team Blog - Video snippet of Steve Ballmer signing Windows 7 Gold Disc
- Michael Fortin -
Windows 7 Efficiency
- Yochay Kiriaty -
Ensuring your application is ready for…
Windows 7 Has Been Released to Manufacturing announced Brandon LeBlanc on the Windows 7 Blog.
"We continue to be overwhelmed at the community’s response to Windows 7 and it has been an extremely rewarding experience to witness. We hope the enthusiasm will continue to grow even more as our…
What better reason could there be to learn the new APIs available to developers in Windows 7? A trip to PDC 2009 and cash, up to $17,777. The application
must use at least one of the following Windows 7 technology features; Libraries, Windows Touch, Shell Integration, DirectX 11 or Sensor and…
Walt Ritscher has a new tutorial on how to
Develop Windows 7 Multi-Touch Apps without a Multi-Touch Device. Using a Codeplex project called
MultiTouchVista, Walt shows how to configure your system to work with multiple mice and other input devices.
In this article I will show you how you can use Twitter API to Shutdown/Restart/Logoff your PC remotely using VB.net.
I have a very slow internet connection at home and most of the time Downloads takes hours to complete. I decided to write an application which will help me Shutdown my…
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Windows kernel expert and kernel "professor" David Solomon and Windows Kernel Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich have written another great book covering, in great detail, the internal composition of Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. A third author,Alex Ionescu, joined the fray this…