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Poweroff Timer is a windows universal application(UWP) in Microsoft Store written in C#. This application enables you to set a timer to shutdown your PC at a specific time. It makes your power management much easier and more convenient. When you assign the timer, PowerOff Timer will minimize in the system tray and run silently in the background. if you right-click on its icon, the menu that appears will allow you to immediately cancel or…

In any application, hotkeys (shortcuts) are useful for navigation as well as to launch a control’s code, unfortunatelly Hotkeys in WPF are not as easy as in Windows Forms. In this post we will briefly present an example of how keyboard shortcuts can be used to execute commands using key bindings. What you will need is to create a new WPF window and follow the instructions below. Step 1: In the mainWindow.xaml you have to…

Sometimes as developers we have to face the windows versioning problem. Fortunately there are only very few cases where the problem is in the functionality part of our application however this does not apply to the GUI. As you may known already, there is a huge difference in the way that the different versions of windows handle the Graphics. For that reason there are some workarounds you may find in StackoverFlow etc.. to reduce (and…