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Well getting the power scheme APIs working on Windows 7 and Vista is taking a little longer than expected so I thought I would bring this new version out without the power related methods so that people can use the other new methods sooner rather than later. Download link for new version is at the end of this post, but I encourage you to read the full post to see what has changed in this version.

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Even though I only released my .NET Windows API library (Cjwdev.WindowsAPI) quite recently, I’m planning to release a new version pretty soon as there are still plenty of things I want to add to it. EDIT: New version is now available, see this post. I will be releasing updated versions fairly often rather than waiting until I have a large amount of new methods etc, so keep checking back on this blog for updates. This post describes the new methods and classes that I have added (or am planning to add) to the next release, along with the Windows APIs that the managed methods use. As always, let me know if there are any particular APIs you would like to see in here and I will try and get them in.

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This is the first official release of my .NET Windows API pack – a class library that is intended to make it easier to work with several native Windows APIs from managed .NET code. There are over 50 Windows APIs defined in this library and roughly 30 managed methods that use these APIs to provide functionality that is not available in the .NET Framework today. Many more will be included in the next version but hopefully this first version will still be useful to a lot of people.

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