Microsoft first introduced an operating environment named Windows in November 1985 as an add-on to MS-DOS in response to the growing interest in graphical user interfaces (GUIs).
Complex Data Binding a collection implimenting IBindingList and ITypedList, with sample windows application.
In the fourth of this series on API Programming, learn how to hide your application from the Ctrl+Alt+Del list on Windows 9x.
Learn how to do the previously impossible - build a Windows Service with the help of Visual Basic.NET
Learn about the changes introduced by COM+, new features included in Windows XP for COM+, and how to use COM+ services from your .NET programs.
Learn how to use PHP on windows and IIS to create a basic discussion forum that makes use of a powerful database.
In this article, I discuss the Windows Registry, and access to the registry through Win32 API functions. I also look at the design and structure of a re-useable class library that simplifies access...
In version 5.0 of Visual FoxPro, the lame Debug and Trace windows of 3.0 (and earlier versions) were completely replaced with a brand-new suite of powerful debug windows. In the latest version, 6.0,...