Some examples of Microsoft Windows applications are:
In .net having below applications: 1) Console applications 2) Windows GUI applications (Windows Forms) 3) Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications 4) ASP.Net applications (Web Applications) 5) Web services applications 6) Windows services applications
Applications that do not run on Windows.
Applications of what? On Windows, for example, you can create Windows-applications in C.
Windows Vista can already run most XP applications, with no need for any additional software.
Microsoft Windows Operating System is the file that loads applications that run when the Windows open.
There is no applications folder in Vista. However, you can find a folder called 'program files' in your windows partition. In program files, you can find your applications.
After installing a windows operating system, one will get some applications that come with the installation. They include Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player.
i don't think so
Windows 7 features the ability to pin applications to the tast bar.
The best place to download applications for a Windows mobile phone are from the Windows Mobile center on the Microsoft website. One can download applications in a similar way to how iPhone users download from the Apple Store.
A Mac application is like a program that runs on windows, but it runs on a Mac. Btw mac applications are better than windows applications.
Yes and no. Linux will not run Windows applications by itself, however, there are ample tools written for Linux that permit you to run Windows applications on Linux. The open-source WINE software will run a majority of Windows software on Linux. You can even configure Linux to automatically recognize Windows applications and use WINE to run them. Alternatively, there's a wide variety of virtual machine products that permit you to run the Windows operating system as an application under Linux, and, in turn, any Windows applications inside the Windows virtual environment. Finally, some "Windows applications" are written in .Net or Java and can be run directly under Linux using mono and java respectively (albeit, some .Net applications will not yet run under mono).
They are "compatible" in the sense that many applications that run on Windows XP will run on Windows Vista.
Because the frames that applications run in are called "windows".
No. All calls to system peripherals by DOS applications are caught by the NTVDM and translated into Windows calls.
Use the Windows command prompt and type in MSCONFIG.run. That will show you all the applications set to load at startup.
Windows Installer Service
Use Windows Visual Studio to make applications with ease.
Windows applications are graphical interface operating systems that Microsoft Windows has. They are programs that are written to run on Windows operating systems.