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Great question @ukryan243 and thank you very much @TIMOTHY MANGAN for answering it. I couldn't have answered better.
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No software is completely safe from attack. The likelihood of someone target 16 bit software would be extremely low. As in they'd first have to invent a completely new kind of virus. Not to mention that you are running this software in an emulator that is running in a protected container, so outside...
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Hello @szilardd , thanks for the update. This article was written when the Microsoft.Windows.SDK.Contracts wasn't available yet and the only way to reference Universal Windows Platform APIs from a .NET app was using the manual process described in my article. Today, using the Microsoft.Windows.SDK.C...
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The code for checking updates programmatically is causing an app crash for me when installing my app on Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC build 1809. It works fine on other editions or even LTSC build 21H1. I got it working using the `Microsoft.Windows.SDK.Contracts` NuGet package instead as described here...
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