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by on February 9th, 2010


The Release Candidate of the next generation Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 is available for download (starting from today, 9th February 2010) for the MSDN subscribers and will be available for download for everyone else from February 10, 2010. The VS 2010 RC comes with .NET framework 4 and a bundle of improvements from the previous RC. 

by on November 3rd, 2009

header-WHS-pp1 Attempting many times to install Microsoft TFS 2008 on Windows Home Server, Jason Neave gave up because he couldn't make it. Hearing about new configuration options in TFS 2010, he gave a try and finds out that the installation of TFS 2010 on WHS is a breeze.


Find out how he did it

by on April 3rd, 2009

The .NET Library to program Windows 7 Taskbar’s coolness and abilities easily is out and has some nice samples that demonstrates how we program Windows 7 Taskbar for our applications. The sample library gives and overview of new Taskbar functionality and the Taskbar and Libraries Sample .NET Interop Library, which is a managed code wrapper and part of the Windows 7 .NET Interop Sample Libraries.


If you don’t know about the awesomeness of Windows 7 taskbar then, please watch Windows 7 Taskbar Overview webcast on Channel 9. The sample library has all the necessary code samples that one need to program the taskbar behavior. One of the showcase that is included in the sample demos exhibits the basic features.

by on September 5th, 2008

Visual Studio Just In Time Debugger is a good tool but it becomes very irritating when it crashes other applications.

To disable it, here is the procedure

by on August 26th, 2008

Title: How to Declare a Custom User Control from a XAML Page.

Title: Creating Smooth Tile Transitions using Opacity Masks.

by on August 15th, 2008

It has become a common practice for software developers to use more than one display and unfortunately the code and diagram Windows within Visual Studio 2008 SP1 are locked within the Visual Studio frame.

According to blog posts by Chris Bowen and Noah Coad this has been a request the team has been hearing a lot and the good news is that Visual Studio "10" provides support for multiple displays and according to the
feedback item on Connect this has now been closed as fixed.

[via IntelSoftwareBlogs]