I was realy annoyed by too frequent Windows 10 reboot. Found this really easy way to disable them: How Easily Disable The Automatic Forced Reboot after Windows 10 has done an Update Four easy… – justpaste.it
This project provides an infrastructure to build user mode file system:
- A kernel mode file system driver is responsible of re-routing IRP to user mode code,
- A library provide a low level abstraction to build user mode file system. This part make the glu with previous kernel driver. A FUSE compatible layer is also provided,
- a sample fs, memfs: an in memory file system,
- A Windows Service called WinFsp Launcher to launch multiple user mode file system.
Source: Main | WinFsp
TLDR; In an admin Cmd, run:
N.B.: You can reset filesystem adding /full
EDIT: Bash and lxrun Command Reference.
A map to help Android and iOS developpers to find which UWP components they can use: Windows apps concept mapping for Android and iOS developers. If you know Android/iOS components for a particulat task, you will find UWP equivalent.
Guide to choose networking technologie for UWP: Which networking technology? – Windows app development
ListView and GridView data virtualization details strategies to follow and interfaces to implement for very large list implementations.
This is a small example of Windows 10 notification icon apps opening a popup à la Windows 10: File-New-Project/EarTrumpet.
By the way, this apps can be useful to manage sound level with a better granularity than standard control.
Windows 10 comes with a new icon set as font: Segoe MDL2 (which stand for Microsoft Design Language 2). It’s a True Type Font available in Windows 10 but I don’t know if we can redistribute it into a Desktop Win32 apps.
Beside accessible in charmap.exe, we can explore this icons here: Segoe MDL2 Assets – Cheatsheet (much bigger and usable tha charmap).
MyBusIcon = Mdl2.Bus;
or name is xaml:
<TextBlock FontFamily="Segoe MDL2 Assets"
There is also some preliminary samples on how to integrate either chakra or node with chakra into Win32 or UWP Apps: Using Chakra for Scripting Applications across Windows 10.