The feature is ancient and you would think I would always remember, but just as a reminder to myself and to help those that don’t know:
When you’re logged into a remote machine using a remote desktop session and you want to change your password on the remote machine, use CTRL-ALT-END to see the change password option ( so END instead of DEL ).
I’m working on an app that at some point will need to work in multiple languages and needed to display the day of the week to the user. I started with:
string label = DateTime.Today.DayOfWeek.ToString()
But that give me the name of the enumeration, which is of course in English. In order to get the name based on the current language setting I needed the following code:
var culture = System.Globalization.CultureInfo.CurrentCulture;
string label = culture.DateTimeFormat.GetDayName(DateTime.Today.DayOfWeek);