// The development of WinUI is currently on halt, and that is a good thing. From what I understand, this feature will be dropping in an upcoming version of Windows 10, but it will probably be coming to Insider builds.//
Windows 10 preview build 20006 has introduced back some of the abandoned features of Win32 before WinRT was created, and the above statement is included among the list. We can see that WinUI is abandoned with WinRT, but that does not mean that Windows 10 to Win32 transitions are over. See Win32 features in Windows 10 for more.
The next major iteration of Win32 was codenamed Windows 2000, and it is now considered to be obsolete. It was eventually supplanted by the Windows XP interface as the default user interface for Windows. Since Windows Vista, Windows interface (Win32 API) is the preferred interface type for GUI programming in Windows.
See also: List of deprecated Windows versions, not referenced as Windows 7
To find more Windows-specific functions, search the "Help" or "Library/Help" directory for documentation on functions. Open the Windows Help file in a web browser. For example, for internet searches for strings (e.g. "apc").
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See Windows API and Programming Model
The documentation for the Win32 libraries provides starting points for programming, with some of the more important API functions listed in this article. The MSDN web site provides extensive documentation on the Win32 API. The documentation for the Win32 kernel (CNS.DLL) is available on MSDN. There are two version of Windows, Windows 9x and Windows NT. The description in this article refers to Windows NT unless otherwise noted. For Windows 9x, use the Windows 3.1 API.
The Windows API Reference (Doc) documents the function and structure of the Windows API; it also includes a list of the common errors that occur with the API. It is a collection of common errors and diagnostic information that can be used by programmers to troubleshoot problems with the API, including, for example, how to implement features that aren't supported by the API. The Microsoft Help system contains information on API errors and how to fix them. Errors and errors in API functions are documented in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
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