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Namespace extensions - the undocumented Windows Shell

, 30 Nov 1999
This article explains how you can easily create a namespace extension with lots of features without doing lots of work by using some undocumented shell functions.

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Henk Devos
Web Developer
Belgium Belgium
Henk studied computer science at the University of Ghent, specializing in theoretical computer science.
He is now working for Artwork Systems, Belgium, and Whirling Dervishes Software, Belgium.
Henk knows a little something about networking, graphics, object-oriented design, AI, embedded systems. He knows most of the PDF specs by heart.
Henk developed NSELib, the NameSpace Extension Library.
You can find his latest freeware software at It contains a namespace extension that puts the registry in Windows Explorer. The newest commercial project is Alpha ZIP, an explorer-embedded ZIP file utility.

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