Windows Taskbar in 10 Minutes – Part IV: Preview and Window Peek


I posted the fourth, and last, part of my Screen-Cast series on implementing the Windows 7 Taskbar features in less than 10 minutes :-) (well, I ran little over this time Wink, sorry but I also wanted to show the Windows Peek feature). The short video shows how to leverage the Windows 7 Taskbar Preview and Window Peek for your application.


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Part IV — Preview and Window Peek:


In this Screen-Cast, I show you how to leverage the Preview and Window Peek for your application. I am using the Vista Bridge to access the Windows 7 APIs from managed code.


https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/GLenz/Windows-7-Taskbar-in-10-Minutes-Part-IV-Preview-and-Peek/


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The source code is available here.





Part III — JumpList:


The third part of my Screen-Cast series on implementing the Windows 7 Taskbar features in less than 10 minutes Smiley (well I ran little over this time Wink, sorry). The short video shows how to leverage the Windows 7 JumpList feature for your application.


https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/GLenz/Windows-7-Taskbar-in-10-Minutes-Part-III-Jumplists/ .


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The source code is available here.


Part II — Icon Overlay:


This is the second part of my Screen-Cast series on implementing the Windows 7 Taskbar features in less than 10 minutes Smiley. The short video shows how to leverage the Windows 7 Taskbar Icon Overlay feature for your application.


https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/GLenz/Windows-7-Taskbar-in-10-Minutes-Part-II-Icon-Overlay/


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The source code is available here.


Part I — ProgressBar and Status:


In the first part of my Screen-Cast series I will show you how to implement the progress and status information for the Windows7 taskbar.


https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/GLenz/Windows-7-Taskbar-in-10-Minutes-Part-I-Progress-Bar/ .


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The source code is available here .


You can download the Windows API CodePack from the website: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/WindowsAPICodePack


As always, I hope you enjoy the ride…..

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