Are you tired of Windows Explorer in Vista changing your folder views? Here's a registry tweak that solves the problem.
Will VB's new LINQ to XML prowess finally gain it the community respect accorded to other mainstream languages?
Do you like what you're used to, or do you use what you'd like to?
Creating custom column types for the DataGridView control isn't nearly as tricky as it once was.
Find out how to avoid having to serialize attachments before sending them via email.
Discover a few tips for using the Profile features of the ASP.NET framework.
Discover more on-screen graphic goodness in .NET by learning to draw this analog clock.
To put your data on a diet, you can now use the new GZip capabilities found in the .NET 2.0 framework's System.IO.Compression namespace.
Converting data from text to numeric types gets simpler in the .NET 2.0 Framework with the TryParse method.
In this column Ken moves back across the country to Northern California, downsizing in the process, and also learns how to shrink the ASP.NET membership database.
The sounds that an application makes are important. Learn to use the new System.Media.Soundplayer in .NET 2.0 and use the My.Computer.Audio functionality in VB.NET.
New properties simplify creating autocomplete list and combo boxes in .NET 2.0.
Improved syntax, new keywords, and a host of new features keep Visual Basic changing and growing. But just because languages can withstand change doesn't mean you can misuse words.
Use the new StopWatch class in the .NET 2.0 framework to measure elapsed time.