Welcome to this short series of Windows 7 screencasts for showing developers how to use Libraries to Light Up their applications on Windows 7.
Windows 7 introduces the concept of Libraries as the new entry point for users’ data. In Libraries, users can find and organize their data as collections of items that may span multiple locations across multiple folders and computers.
This screencast provides a quick overview of the Windows 7 library functionality and shows an example of a cool WPF application that allows users to control, monitor, and manage libraries.
This is the first of four screencasts about programming the Windows 7 libraries. You can download the code shown in the screencast. The other screencasts in this series are:
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