Windows 7 Libraries Managed Code

This post focus on the managed API for working with Windows 7 Libraries. The Windows API Code Pack for the Microsoft .NET Framework Library (Windows API Code Pack) provides a .NET interface into the Windows native API, thereby enabling the 7 key Windows Light-Up features as well as tapping into more advanced shell integration. The Windows […]

This post focus on the managed API for working with Windows 7 Libraries. The Windows API Code Pack for the Microsoft .NET Framework Library (Windows API Code Pack) provides a .NET interface into the Windows native API, thereby enabling the 7 key Windows Light-Up features as well as tapping into more advanced shell integration. The Windows API Code Pack has a very good managed interface to the Windows Shell, and particularly to the Windows 7 Libraries API. ShellLibrary (a part of the Microsoft.WindowsAPICodePack.Shell dll that you need to add as a reference to your .NET application in order to work with Windows 7 libraries), is the only object that represents Libraries. The image to the left displays the ShellLibrary class.

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