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It’s Friday the 13th, and after a particularly arduous trip to New York, I’m ready for the weekend to start. Let’s kick it off with …
Cord-cutting services got more expensive in 2019, but despite one notable defeat, the number of services expanded dramatically.
With our Notepad clone getting more mature, the remaining commands are, by nature, the most difficult to implement.
After a long week, I’m looking forward to doing some coding this weekend. But first, here’s another great set of reader questions.
Windows 10 got off to a bad start in 2019, but it ended the year with an update that should provide a template for the future.
The conversation about the top smartphone cameras has revolved around Huawei and Google in recent years. But that all changed in 2019.
I decided to take a look at adding some features that aren’t available in the real app. First up: Theme support.
Nothing says more about Microsoft’s inability to understand consumers than the pointless new features it’s adding to the new Edge.
Microsoft has quietly revealed the final name of the next version of Windows 10. You’re not going to like it.
The tenth chapter dives into the second iteration of the Surface RT 2 but what the story really tells, is how Brad, Paul, and Mary Jo started working together.
As it turns out, the little code experiment we engaged in yesterday can be added to our project as-is to display the caret position.
Taking a step back for a moment, I wanted to see whether using a RichTextBox control would improve our app.
Happy Friday! With Thanksgiving and Black Friday happening next week, this will be the last Ask Paul for the month.
Let’s improve the scrollbars, clean up the status bar, and see what it looks like to publish our app to other computers.
Apple iOS 13 is officially a disaster. But it’s fascinating to see the reactions that people have to the same information.
Happy Friday! We’re on the eve of another Black Friday holiday shopping event, so let’s get the weekend off to a good start.
New data from Canalys claims that Google smart speaker sales plummeted 40 percent year-over-year. What’s happening?
And just like that, I’ve canceled my Google Stadia Founder’s Edition bundle: Microsoft Project xCloud is the way forward.
After using NotePadWF extensively at Ignite 2019, I’m ready to make a few bug fixes and fit and finish improvements.
I was just pondering the pointlessness of all the Google Home smart speakers we have. And then Google saved the day.
I’ve returned home from Florida only a little worse for wear, so here’s another installment of Ask Paul to kick off the weekend.
This past week, we were in Orlando for Ignite 2019 and when we were not busy writing posts, here's what was going on behind the scenes.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says that Windows Mobile, and not Android, should be the dominant mobile OS today.
In this 11th installment of our start programming project, lets fix zoom and implement several of the Edit menu commands.
OK, I have time for two more small but fun changes: We can persist all of the user’s settings changes and add a starter About box.
I was expecting to take a bit of time off from this project because of my Ignite trip, but this was too easy to pass up.