Programming Virtual File System .NET for Windows Platform
This section contains articles about programming Virtual File System in .NET for Windows platform.
Creating Virtual File System in .NET for Windows
This article describes specific steps required to implement and run the IT Hit User File System on Windows. You can find how to implement the cress-platform Engine interfaces in the Creating Virtual File System in .NET article. Creating a .NET Projec ...
Creating Virtual Drive in .NET
In this article, we describe advanced features such as move and delete operations on the Microsoft Windows platform, temporary files filtering (typically created by Microsoft Office and AutoCAD transactional save operation), storing custom data assoc ...
Implementing Thumbnails Support for Windows
Thumbnails support on Windows requires additional steps that we will describe in this article. Note that unlike context menu on Windows 11, thumbnails handler does NOT require application identity. Follow the steps below to implement thumbnails provi ...
Creating Custom Windows Explorer Context Menu Shell Extension for Virtual Drive
This article describes how to add a context menu commands shell extension to Windows Explorer in your virtual drive application. The functionality described in this article is available in IT Hit User File System v5 Beta and later versions. Importan ...
Creating Custom States and Columns Provider Shell Extension for Virtual Drive
The IT Hit User File System Engine provides integrated support for states and custom columns that can be displayed in Windows Explorer. Below we will describe how to implement custom states and columns shell extension for your Virtual Drive. The func ...
Setting and Detecting Conflict Status
User File System provides support for marking conflicting items and propagating conflict state to upper levels in Windows Explorer. In this article we will describe how to set and read an item conflict status using User File System API. Functionality ...