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What's the future of Win32 and UWP?
For those who aren't familiar, Win32 applications are your traditional desktop programs. They are typically installed via a downloaded installer, can be run directly from their exe files and are located in the Program Files folder of every Windows computer. UWPs, on the other hand, are essentially glorified mobile apps as part of Microsoft's last-ditch effort to gain developer support for Windows Phone. They can only be distributed via the Windows Store, designed from the ground up to be mouse-unfriendly, and use a completely different application architecture than traditional programs. UWPs cannot be launched directly from their exe files; their program files are hidden away in special directories that regular users are not allowed to access. The idea behind UWP was to create an application that could be programmed once and run on all Windows devices, both phone and desktop. This way, it would be easier to create software for Windows Phone, thus incentivizing developers to write more mobile apps. However, with the demise of Windows Phone and the failure of Windows 8, it doesn't seem that UWPs need to exist anymore. Yet, despite this, Microsoft is throwing more and more resources into UWP. They've converted all of their first party-software to the UWP platform, made it the only kind of software that can run on Windows VR/AR/MR headsets, and stopped adding new features to Win32 entirely. Where is Microsoft going with this? Does Microsoft plan to eventually deprecate Win32? Microsoft hasn't made their goals or intentions very clear, and it's causing no small amount of concern in the developer community. The fact that they have no public plans to deprecate Win32 at the moment is little comfort- everything Microsoft has done so far has indicated otherwise.

06/19/2019

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Temperature System on Task Manager
Task Manager should showing the Temperatures on CPU, MotherBoard, GPU, RAM, Hard Drive etc so we don't have to use a Third-Party Program...

06/19/2019

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How can Windows Community be more fun?
Hi everyone - I am the Windows Community program lead. Our goal in creating Windows Community is to have a place to connect between users and the people making Windows. And in the process, we want this to be fun and useful for everyone. If you have any ideas on how to add some fun into the community, or specifically to this website, please add your comments to this conversation. I'd love to hear from you!

06/19/2019

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Rewards
I'm a rewards member, Xbox live gold member, I purchased a Windows computer and phone... I recently, Oct. 18, won on a scratch and win game play, a Harmon invoke, but they have given me the runaround from over 30 requests from me, until today, where they claim I am not qualified for my prize due to lack of response. I will go as far as I can to receive my prize, it's about the principal. Microsoft to be held accountable. Anybody have any input or suggestions? Thanks.

06/19/2019

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https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/customer-experience-improvement...

The Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program helps Microsoft improve Windows. Without interrupting you, it collects information about your computer hardware and how you use Window. The program periodically downloads a file to collect information about problems you might have with Windows.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-desktop/how-can-i-disable...

To disable Customer Experience Improvement Program on the PC, follow the steps below: Press Windows logo key on the keyboard, type Edit group policy and select the top most search result. Navigate to the following path from the left side of the panel: Computer configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Internet Communication Management.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/Exchange/about-documentation/privacy-statement

Specific Feature: Customer Experience Improvement Program. What This Feature Does: If you choose to participate, the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) collects basic information about your hardware configuration and how you use Microsoft software and services in order to identify trends and usage patterns. CEIP also collects the ...

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/DevNotes/ceipenable

Description. Enables the Windows Customer Experience Improvement program. Change Method. To change the value of this entry, in Control Panel, select System and Maintenance, followed by Problem Reports and Solutions.Click Customer Experience Improvement Settings from the See Also section.. Activation Method

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../diagnostics/customer-experience-improvement-program-ceip

During installation of the Configuration Manager console, you can choose to participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP). CEIP is turned off by default. If it was previously enabled, it remains enabled. CEIP is separate from Diagnostics and usage data for System Center Configuration Manager. CEIP is per console.