In win8.1 there was a consistent concept on how to interact with a running application on the OS level.
How does the corresponding actions look like in winX nowadays? What is the new logic behind the actual version of Windows respecting these subjects?
probably a combination of api's and dll libraries with integrated multi-tasking multi-threaded calls. programmers might have a better explanation. W10 core OS has NOT changed this much from W8.1 from what I've heard.
thanks for sharing your ideas.
it seems a bit odd that only programmers are able to explain the new logic behind winX interaction on touch devices, where they had a next to perfect logic in the former Version....hmm I'm wondering what's the concept behind all that.