Five-part tutorial on how to use Libraries in Windows 7


Yochay Kiriaty has completed is fifth post over on the Windows 7 Developer Blog covering how to take advantage of the Libraries feature in Windows 7.

His most recent post provides a review of the last four articles:

This is the fifth post about Windows 7 Libraries. By now, you should be familiar with Windows 7 Libraries (Understanding Windows 7 Libraries) and understand the internal structure of Libraries and how they integrate into the Windows Shell (Libraries Under the Hood). In the previous post, we explained the different programming models and ways to work with Windows 7 Libraries. In this post, we focus on the Windows Shell Programming model that you can use to access libraries even without using the latest IShellLibrray APIs.

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