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Windows 7 Gadgets - Windows 7 Logo Program Certification

One of the requirements for the 'Windows 7 Logo Program' is that the application must be a standalone application. Does a Windows 7 gadget qualify as a standalone application?

To my knowledge, a gadget runs under the Sidebar.exe process (also in Windows 7). Though the Sidebar is not visible in Windows 7 it runs in the background when a gadget is run.

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Windows 7 Gadgets - Windows 7 Logo Program Certification
gadgets: Need to uninstall a gadget programmatically through code in C#
Code Profiling in the Windows Sidebar Environment
Running MSI installers silently

sidebar.exe: Reliably detecting OS architecture in a Windows Desktop Gadget

I have some Javascript code that will programmatically register an COM interop assembly by writing all the necessary keys and values to the registry. An older version of this COM object was written in VB6 and didn't work correctly on x64 versions of Windows unless the user manually ran the x86 sidebar.exe, so some of our users would have switched to using the x86 sidebar.exe for the COM object to work.

In short, I need to correctly detect the architecture of the operating system currentl

sidebar.exe: Executing commands from C# problem

I've made a little C# tool for monitoring sidebar.exe (as some know there's a strange memory leak in it, so this monitor restarts the sidebar.exe process when it reaches a limit...).

Before this I had a .bat file doing it and I was running it manually, and it worked fine. Now, I'm executing the cmd commands from C#, but the behavior is different: only 4 of the 7 gadgets appear again after 'start sidebar.exe'. It always happens with the program, and never when run manually.

What's t

sidebar.exe: Windows 7 Gadgets - Windows 7 Logo Program Certification

One of the requirements for the 'Windows 7 Logo Program' is that the application must be a standalone application. Does a Windows 7 gadget qualify as a standalone application?

To my knowledge, a gadget runs under the Sidebar.exe process (also in Windows 7). Though the Sidebar is not visible in Windows 7 it runs in the background when a gadget is run.

sidebar.exe: gadgets: Need to uninstall a gadget programmatically through code in C#

Please let me know how to uninstall a gadget programmatically. Rite now i am using this command

sidebar.exe /uninstall gadget_name

but it just pop the gadget control window, do not uninstall the specified gadget.
Am I doing anything wrong with command.
Plz help.
Thanks in advance.

sidebar.exe: Code Profiling in the Windows Sidebar Environment

Does anyone know of a way I can code-profile my Windows Sidebar Gadget?

I've played around with the code-profiling tool in IE8's 'Developer Tools' and the code-profiling included in Visual Studio 2010, but I can't find a way to include the System.* API, which my gadget relies on (as it is standard in the Sidebar environment). The gadget also relies on cross-domain AJAX requests; which is normally permitted in the Sidebar environment.

By code-profiling I primarily mean:


sidebar.exe: Running MSI installers silently

I am having 3 files -


Alky for Applications.msi ( which make Vista Apps work on XP)
Windows VIsta sidebar.exe ( Which make that VIsta sidebar work on XP)
3.Gadget Extractor.msi ( A part of number 2)


I just want to have all the setups installed by just instlaling one. One of my freind told me that the MSI packages may be silently installed using /qb switch
the .exe I got there is NSIS setup which may be silently installed using /S switch.

SO I am a total n00b

excel.exe: kill the Excel.exe from the .vbs file

Suppose I am running an .vbs script to work with Excel sheet,now if somehow due to any reason any error occurs,I want to quit that .vbs script to run and besides to kill the process EXCEL.EXE from that .vbs file immedaitely.

After killing that process EXCEL.EXE, i want all the data change has been made by the script on the excel sheet should need to be ROLLBACK

Is it possible?

UPDATE:

I have a code with me, but how should I embed it with my script,I couldn't understan

defrag.exe: C# run defrag.exe remotely

I am trying to create a utility to defrag all machine on my network. I have had success using WMI's Defrag and DefragAnalysis methods, however they are not compatible with Windows XP. This is a problem as we have some XP machines on the network.
I have been able to locally invoke the defrag.exe process on an XP machine to perform a defrag however I am having problem invoking it on remote machines. Below is my code which works locally, could someone please help me in making this work for re

svchost.exe: .Net Application extrem slow. After killing svchost.exe it runs again fast. Any idea?

I've a C# .Net 3.5 Application (x86) running on Windows7 x64.

For any reason after a few days or weeks the App runs extremly slow.

All other Apps runs normal (also another C# .Net 3.5 Application (x86)).

After killing a few svchost.exe the Application runs normal again. Rebooting without killing svchost.exe also doesn't help. Probably Windows saves the state of svchost.exe. If I logoff the user and login again it also works again, without killing the svchost. On logoff the s

ftp.exe: Is it possible to prevent overwriting files with ftp.exe?

I am referring to the Windows-native ftp.exe application. Out-of-the-box, it seems to overwrite files under any and all circumstances.

Is it possible to prevent overwriting files with ftp.exe? If this cannot be done with specific ftp.exe arguments, can it be done using a batch process to call ftp.exe?

cmd32.exe: write to stdout with win32 gui app

If a win32 GUI app is run from the command line
e.g gfxexe.exe

first what is the simplest way to detect that it has been run from a command line
(cmd32.exe and possible other 3rd part command line apps).

second, and most importantly, if the app has been launched from the command line, how
can i print something to it.. e.g , this app can't be run from a command line.

excel.exe: Convert xls to csv or kill EXCEL.exe process

I have an application which automates a reporting system originally based off DTS packages. The web based app is currently writing the output xls file to another server on the network. I am finding that an instance of excel is left running on the server being written to even after the website is closed. I would like to either be able to change my exiting routine to output a csv file rather than a xls file, or kill the EXCEL.exe process across networked machines. Help please!

EDIT:

googleearth.exe: Closing and Opening a .exe with a batch file. Upon closing the program asks to save or not

So I have a little a project where guests at my hotel will use a google earth that I have set up for attractions and dinning options.

I want to make it as easy as possible to navigate.

What I have is icons for each Category that is in a batch file where it closes the current GoogleEarth and opens the next Category.

When I close the Google Earth it asks me if I want to keep or discard any changes...is there an automated way of selecting discard with out clicking it?

tcm.exe: tcm.exe returns message “No tests found to import”

I'm trying to import specflow and my unit test cases to Mictosoft Test Manager using tcm.exe from the commandline. There are around 300 tests in the dll and I could see them in the test explorer when I build the project. But unfortunately when trying to upload to MTM using tcm command it returs 'No tests found to import'

Command used :
C:>tcm testcase /import /collection:URL /teamproject:Default /storage:FunctionalTesting.T
ests.dll /syncsuite:555/category:Automated Functional /log

mplayer2.exe: Repeating list after post back form in ASP.NET and C#

I have some code retrieving the files from a folder using ASP.NET and C# and I display them using a CheckBoxList because the user will be able to select one of the files and then with a button at the end the user will have the ability to email that selected item.

The issue I am having is that after the item is selected and the email is sent, the page reloads and the items are duplicated and I am not sure why or how to corrected. Any help will be appreciate it.

The code is as follow

java.exe: Is the java.exe program the actual VM? [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here:


Totally Confused with java.exe

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The JDK comes with the java.exe (for windows) program. You can use it to start programs from the command line.

Wikipedia says it's the 'id loader', and 'an interpreter for id files'.

Is this the actual full blown JVM? Is it a 'smaller, lightweight' JVM? Is it something

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