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Programming for Microsoft Windows Vista and Server 2008 (Windows 7)

, 19 Apr 2009 CPOL
This article exposes the Microsoft Vista and Server 2008 (and Windows 7) exclusive features that can be programmed using .NET languages like C#. It includes UAC, the Vista Bridge control library, and the Windows Search Provider.
vista bridge
DirStructure
bin
Release
DirStructure.exe
DirStructure.vshost.exe
DirStructure.vshost.exe.manifest
monitor.ico
Properties
GUIVistaDialogs
bin
Release
GUIVistaDialogs.exe
GUIVistaDialogs.vshost.exe
GUIVistaDialogs.vshost.exe.manifest
PresentationCore.dll
System.Printing.dll
VistaBridgeControls.dll
VistaBridgeLibrary.dll
monitor.ico
Properties
sdk
Interop.SearchAPI.dll
VistaBridgeControls.dll
vistabridgedocumentation.chm
VistaBridgeLibrary.dll
UACAdminPrompt
app.manifest
bin
Release
UACAdminPrompt.exe
UACAdminPrompt.vshost.exe
UACAdminPrompt.vshost.exe.manifest
monitor.ico
Properties
VistaCommandLink
bin
Debug
VistaBridgeControls.dll
VistaBridgeLibrary.dll
VistaCommandLink.exe
VistaCommandLink.vshost.exe
Properties
VistaSearch
bin
Release
Interop.SearchAPI.dll
VistaSearch.exe
VistaSearch.vshost.exe
VistaSearch.vshost.exe.manifest
monitor.ico
Properties
VistaSearch.idc

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arnavguddu
Student Institute of RadioPhysics & Electronics
India India
I am a Student of Institute of RadioPhysics & Electronics (University of Calcutta), studying Post-B.Sc. B.Tech.(RadioPhysics). As both Electronics and Computer Science/Programming are my hobby, I play around with them all the time.

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