Some eagle-eyed readers have noticed that I’ve moved to Microsoft Outlook on my smartphones, and there’s a good reason for that.
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With basic file save capabilities out of the way, let’s do a bit of fit and finish work and add some more new features.
Most Chromebook users will probably embrace Google products and services, and there are advantages to doing so.
The big day is finally here: We’re going to add file save functionality to our Notepad clone. Plus, a starter status bar.
I’ve wanted to add high-DPI support to our beginner Windows Form application for a while now. So let’s get that out of the way.
Thanks to several useful suggestions from readers, let’s improve our Notepad clone before moving on to add more new features.
Happy Friday! And Happy (early) Halloween, since this will be the last Ask Paul of October.
The fourth installment of our project loads a file more efficiently and prompts the user to save when changes are made.
James Whittaker has left Microsoft, and my does he have stories to tell. And when it comes to Windows, he gets it right.
For the third installment of this starter project, we’ll add an app icon and program our Notepad clone to open text files.
On June 22, 2000, Microsoft co-founder and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates announced the .NET (“dot NET”) platform.
In part two of this introductory programming project, we implement the Word Wrap and Font menu items in our Notepad clone.
Happy Friday! Here’s a new installment of Ask Paul covering Windows 10, Ignite, the Google event, xCloud, and much more.
As a beginner project, I’m going to try to duplicate the Notepad application as faithfully as possible using Windows Forms and Visual Basic.
Each year, Amazon announces a tsunami of new Alexa-powered products. And each year, Google counters with … what?
While Chromebooks are compatible with USB-based docks, the experience is a bit limited and less than ideal in my experience.
Android app support completes the Chrome OS application story in many ways. But it also introduces some complexities with which you'll need to deal.
I have been burned by the poor quality of Google’s Pixel handsets so many times that even considering a Pixel 4 should seem crazy.
Happy Friday! This was a little later than I’d hoped, but it’s still just in time to kick off the weekend.
Weeks before the October Microsoft hardware event, we speculated about a dual-screen Surface device and a Microsoft phone.
And here I was thinking that everyone had gotten the memo on Windows Phone and UWP. I guess not.
With Sun suing to block Microsoft’s extensions to Java, the software giant decided to create a new programming language of its own.
Too much of the media and fan attention for last week’s Microsoft hardware event is focused on the future.
With Microsoft's legal losses mounting in its U.S. antitrust case, the software giant suffered from an exodus of key executives.
Hot off this week’s Microsoft event, here’s an epic Ask Paul to celebrate the start of the weekend.
Panos Panay once said that Microsoft Surface would “bring the thunder.” This week, he fulfilled that promise in dramatic fashion.
Despite some pre-event confusion, it's now clear that Windows 10X is nothing less or more than Windows Lite/Lite OS.