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Get the Processor Details of Your System in Windows Form
Sep 13, 2013.
This article describes how to get the Processor details of your System. Here I will get the information from the Win32_Processor class.
Display Process list and Processor Performance in C#
Jun 14, 2006.
This article shows how to display Processes list and performance of processor exactly.
Parallel Programming In C# To Leverage Multicore Processor
Aug 17, 2016.
In this article, you will learn about parallel programming in C# to get the maximum benefits of multicore processors.
Jan 25, 2007.
This article shows a light-weight image processor.
How To Connect Devices With Your Systems In Windows 10
Sep 21, 2016.
In this article, you will learn about how to connect devices with your systems in Windows 10.
Word Processing with an Extended Rich Text Box Control in VB.NET
Nov 08, 2012.
This article describes an easy approach to building a simple word processor around an extended version of the Rich Text Box (RTB) control; Microsoft has made available an extended version of the RTB control that greatly eases the requirements for printing the control’s text or RTF content.
Interlocked Class in c# Threading
Mar 07, 2012.
The methods of this class help protect against errors that can occur when the scheduler switches contexts while a thread is updating a variable that can be accessed by other threads, or when two threads are executing concurrently on separate processors.
How to Upload Files in JSP
Feb 08, 2012.
We can develop an application that shows how to upload files in JSP. This example consists of an HTML form, a JSP upload handler, a JSP processor for the uploaded files and another file containing resources.
Priority and exception handling in Thrading
Nov 27, 2011.
Threads are executed based on their priority levels. High priority threads always get more processor time than their counterparts.
Functional Programming with C#: Asynchronous Method Calls
Jan 20, 2008.
With the functional programming style and extension methods it is extremely easy to execute methods asynchronously. This article cover some simple extension methods that will allow you to easily execute your methods asynchronously with threads from the thread pool.
Word Processing with an Extended Rich Text Box Control
Aug 09, 2007.
This article describes an easy approach to building a simple word processor around an extended version of the Rich Text Box (RTB) control.
Mar 15, 2004.
This article shows you how to use XML transformation classes defined in the .NET Framework class library to transform XML data into various user interfaces.
Space Breakout - 2D Game Developed using DirectX and C#
Apr 11, 2002.
GDI+ is a feature rich graphics API that makes sophisticated graphical effects highly accessible to the C# developers. Unfortunately if youve tried to develop smooth detailed animation using GDI+ you have undoubtedly discovered that just how slow it can be. Consequently it is not particularly suited to games development, if you want to really take advantage of your 1 gig + processor and that fancy new graphics card youre going to have to get a little more low level and dirty, enter Microsofts DirectX API.
Introduction to Pocket PC
Oct 31, 2001.
At the time of writing (Oct 2001) Microsoft has shipped Pocket PC 2002 and also has just released the Visual Studio .NET add-on for Pocket PC called the compact framework.
C# and API
Aug 08, 2001.
API (Application Programming Interface) is a set of commands, which interfaces the programs with the processors.
Using Delegates to Choose Right Function
Apr 01, 2001.
The need to call different class method based on some string passed to class is an old problem.
File APIs for .NET
Aspose are the market leader of .NET APIs for file business formats – natively work with DOCX, XLSX, PPT, PDF, MSG, MPP, images formats and many more!