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Resources about Windows 7 development

As you may already know, it's a few days that Windows 7 RTM is available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers while it will be available to the general public next October.

Windows 7 opens lots of important development scenarios, particularly because of the part of its architecture that takes the advantage of WPF (such as multi-touch). But obviously there are many interesting things. 

Here you can find important resources about developing for Windows 7:

Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET 3.5 SP 1

Programming Windows 7 (dedicated page on Channel 9)

Windows 7 Training Kit for developers (must-have!)

Windows API CodePack for .NET Framework

Article about applications compatibility with Windows 7.

Official Windows 7 Developer blog.

Of course they are free resources!

Alessandro

Print | posted on martedì 11 agosto 2009 01:46 | Filed Under [ Windows 7/Vista ]

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