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Programmatically change Taskbar icon in WPF

Programmatically change Taskbar icon in WPF

Recently when I was working on one of my personal project in WPF. I added the ability to change themes for this WPF applications, but the difficulty that I faced was to change the Taskbar icon with respect to the theme. Normally we add a static icon for any application. But sometimes that icon doesn’t reflect the theme accent. In ... Read More »

Windows XP: It Will Not Die

Windows XP: It Will Not Die

Ten years after it first arrived and a year after Microsoft stopped selling it, Windows XP survives. It is an incredibly resilient piece of programming that has millions of fans around the world. But we can’t hold on forever. Microsoft promises to end support for the aging code in 2014. Though those few remaining years may not be enough time ... Read More »

Microsoft Redesigns Bing Maps Interface

Microsoft Redesigns Bing Maps Interface

Microsoft has rolled out a redesign of the Bing Maps interface, consolidating most of the task and navigation options in a control bar on top of the page. You can now use the top bar to change the type of view, activate traffic information and streetside view, get directions, load map apps, and print and share the current location on ... Read More »

Google+ About To Hit 10 Million Users

Google+ About To Hit 10 Million Users

Google’s social network, Google+, might be one of the fastest-growing networks ever, having already reached 10 million users according to one estimate. Paul Allen, of Ancestry.com — not to be confused with Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen — has developed an interesting methodology to calculate the number of Google+ members. He sampled a number of surnames from the U.S. Census Bureau ... Read More »

Stop Using Internet Explorer 6

Stop Using Internet Explorer 6

Like the rest of us, Microsoft is ready to move beyond Internet Explorer 6. The software giant has launched a new website, The Internet Explorer 6 Countdown, that bears the slogan: “Moving the world off Internet Explorer 6.” Here at dignaj, we’ve written at length about the problems created by the continued usage of IE 6. With the exception of ... Read More »